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If you read about children’s health, you’ve heard a lot of this before: Microbes, vilified because they cause infectious diseases, can be beneficia

Washington Post Nov 18 2016 - 03:36

A latest study reveals that ATM keypads are covered in germs.

i4u.com Nov 18 2016 - 02:10

For billions of years, microbes such as bacteria and viruses have been in a struggle for survival in the face of naturally occurring antimicrobial

United States Department of Agriculture Nov 18 2016 - 00:51

But John Metcalfe at CityLab says that we shouldn't worry.

Refinery29 Nov 17 2016 - 19:58

Our bodies are teaming with teeny little microorganisms called microbes.

WRAL Nov 17 2016 - 17:56

For decades, marine chemists have faced an elusive paradox.

University of Hawai‘i Nov 17 2016 - 16:45

Automated teller machines aren’t just a source of cash.

FOX News Nov 17 2016 - 08:38

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is characterized by a heightened immune response, sizeable deposits of fat debris at the back of the eye cal

Med India Nov 17 2016 - 07:19

NEW ORLEANS — The microbes that live in your gut may play a surprising role in your blood sugar levels, a small new study from Canada finds.

The Huffington Post Nov 17 2016 - 04:20

Researchers from New York University wanted to perform a similar investigation into ATMs, because—with all the grubby fingers jabbing them—they evo

CityLab Nov 17 2016 - 03:44

Aside from unveiling a parasite similar to Trichomonas vaginalis — aka the one that causes the STD trichomoniasis — students discovered other terri

elitedaily.com Nov 17 2016 - 01:28

Probably the best reason to wash your hands regularly is that the world is covered in feces.

New York Magazine Nov 16 2016 - 20:56

AMHERST — Microbiologist Kristen DeAngelis at the University of Massachusetts recently was awarded two grants totaling about $2.5 million from the

Recorder Nov 16 2016 - 16:53

Bacteria in your intestines may play an important role in determining if you will develop blinding wet Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

ineffableisland.com Nov 16 2016 - 14:58

Thousands of people use New York City’s ATMs every day – and each one leaves a little something behind.

Daily Mail Nov 16 2016 - 09:43

Sean Redmond is one of the curators of the Morbis Artis: Diseases of the Arts Exhibition Darrin Sean Verhagen works for RMIT University.

THE CONVERSATION Nov 16 2016 - 06:02

“We think that the reason for the difference may be due to the beneficial microbes found in the birth canal that newborns are exposed to during a v

womenfitness.net Nov 16 2016 - 05:26

"VBreathe is the world's first organic air purification system to do just that.

Yahoo Finance Nov 16 2016 - 05:11

To conduct their study, the team of scientists first built special 3D models to show the molecules and microbes discovered at hundreds of spots on

RT Nov 16 2016 - 04:57

Evidence for ancient pigments can be ambiguous.

Science News Nov 16 2016 - 03:03

Researchers have found a connection between gut bacteria and Aged-related Macular Degeneration which damages macula, the small central area of the

i4u.com Nov 15 2016 - 23:56

Astronauts flying long-duration missions in space have been known to suffer substantial health effects: they grow nauseous, lose bone density, and

Discover Magazine Nov 15 2016 - 22:16

Calysta's FeedKind protein could be one way to feed not only farmed fish, but also cows, pigs and household pets.

Seeker Nov 15 2016 - 20:57

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and making ice should be boiled and cooled prior to

NEWSCHANNEL6 Nov 15 2016 - 19:39

Yet we must not forget that the average human body is colonized by trillions of microbes belonging to these microbial groups.

Medical Xpress Nov 15 2016 - 17:59

“Microbes from a mother’s gastrointestinal and reproductive tracts are the first to colonise in a developing foetus and newborns,” said led researc

Hindustan Times Nov 15 2016 - 11:46

We leave behind trace chemicals, molecules and microbes on every object we touch.

thescienceexplorer.com Nov 15 2016 - 08:04

Gur said microbes from a mother’s gastrointestinal and reproductive tracts are the first to colonize in a developing fetus (and in newborns).

scienceandtechnologyresearchnews.com Nov 15 2016 - 06:38

Pasadena, CA (Scicasts) — A new helper in the fight against cancer and other diseases of the gut may be genetically altered bacteria that release m

Scicasts Nov 15 2016 - 03:11

Humans leave behind molecule traces, chemicals and microbes on every object they touch.

Med India Nov 15 2016 - 02:49

We leave behind trace chemicals, molecules and microbes on every object we touch.

eedesignit.com Nov 15 2016 - 02:35

WASHINGTON, DC — Laboratory research presented today at the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) Research Conference reveals that the tril

Press Release Point Nov 15 2016 - 01:59

Organic gardeners and farmers understand the need to cultivate and protect soil microorganism life.

permaculturenews.org Nov 14 2016 - 20:30

Soil carbon, meanwhile, is but one end of a carbon bridge between atmospheric carbon, nourishing liquid carbon, and the soil microbes that themselv

Motherboard Nov 14 2016 - 19:11

New research reveals that microbes in the gut play an important role in the development of neovascular or wet age-related macular degeneration.

Medical News Today Nov 14 2016 - 15:58

You’re probably not aware of it, but when you’re suffering from a bad case of food poisoning or another infection, bacteria are busy stealing iron

Science Magazine Nov 14 2016 - 14:03

Traces of molecules and microbes left when you handle your phone can add up to a composite portrait, including gender, diet, medications, clothing,

The Wall Street Journal Nov 14 2016 - 13:35

Beer pong (or Beirut, depending on where you’re from) is an American college staple right up there with tray-sledding and making microwavable ramen

Popular Science Nov 14 2016 - 12:45

Advertisement Most preservatives focus on the two main reasons food goes bad: microbes (fungi, bacteria) and oxidation.

Lifehacker Nov 14 2016 - 07:58

Hamel R, Liégeois F, Wichit S, et al. Zika virus: epidemiology, clinical features and host-virus interactions. Microbes Infect. 2016;18:441-449.

Medscape News Nov 14 2016 - 07:44

The aim is to educate the community about the microbes that live in and on our bodies – including the large number of good bacteria that keep us he

Buffalo News Nov 14 2016 - 05:57

Changes in the community of microbes that live in people’s guts have been linked to numerous metabolic changes, such as increased inflammation.

The Huffington Post Nov 14 2016 - 03:19

Many different kinds of signals produce the development of the brain during the fetus.

jonlieffmd.com Nov 13 2016 - 22:04

Weighty issue … kids born by caesarean section are 40 per cent more likely to become obese compared to natural births Research suspects it is becau

www.thesun.co.uk Nov 13 2016 - 19:34

Bionic open up an array of applications in several fields: studying microbes could be done without equipment, soldiers can detect mines in a field,

futurism.com Nov 13 2016 - 07:38

The bokashi liquid, on the other hand, is drained off from time to time and is a potent fertiliser, apparently 1 part to 100 dilution but safe to p

themagnoliatreeblog.wordpress.com Nov 13 2016 - 05:08

According to Live Science, Thurrowgood and his team recovered yeast microbes from the beer bottle, then used it to ferment a beer brewed with an 18

Men's Journal Nov 12 2016 - 21:08

The foods of herbivorous mammals are not easily digested and need the presence of a huge number of gut microbes and a relatively long time for the

Nature World News Nov 12 2016 - 20:32

Simply pile up all those leaves you’ve raked with yard clippings, add some kitchen scraps, and microbes will naturally break down the organic matte

Daily Leader Nov 12 2016 - 17:41

Researchers also plan to analyse the DNA of the other microbes discovered in the samples to discover more about pre-Industrial diets.

thehistoryblog.com Nov 12 2016 - 11:00