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RICHMOND — Marty Phipps started a business this year selling an innovative type of bedding for horses and small animals — a shredded substance that

Washington Post Nov 26 2016 - 09:17

The number of nitrogen microbes found in an individual's gut play an important role in determining the type of diet strategy that can yield re

Times of India Nov 26 2016 - 05:21

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

Chron Nov 25 2016 - 09:04

How does a mouse study about the role of gut microbes in weight regulation become a study of “yo-yo dieting?” The answer, unfortunately, is heavy-h

conscienhealth.org Nov 25 2016 - 03:35

We all know the problem. We diet, lose a lot of weight and then put it all back on.

Jewish Business News Nov 25 2016 - 00:07

It’s a familiar story to many. We lose a few kilograms but the weight comes back – and then some.

Cosmos Nov 24 2016 - 17:19

In humans, this organ weighs nearly as much as the liver and is located in our lower intestines.

callingallscience.com Nov 24 2016 - 15:53

There are more living organisms in one handful of healthy soil than there are humans on Earth.

The Western Producter Nov 24 2016 - 15:03

The process kills microbes, making sure the meal stays fresh for three to five years.

WTSP Nov 24 2016 - 08:44

LONDON Nov 24 - Scientists studying yo-yo dieting in mice say the tendency for people to regain excess weight rapidly after successfully slimming m

Reuters Nov 24 2016 - 03:07

While life is unlikely to exist on the barren, radiation-blasted surface, scientists say traces of methane in the atmosphere may indicate something

The Guardian Nov 23 2016 - 21:02

For example, one key study inoculated mice with microbes from the guts of lean and obese humans.

Forbes Nov 23 2016 - 20:55

In 2009, Danny Cahill won the eighth season of The Biggest Loser, a reality TV show in which contestants compete to lose the most weight.

The Atlantic Nov 23 2016 - 15:54

It sounds like the plot of a 1950s science fiction movie: normal, helpful bacteria begin to eat their host from within, because they don’t get what

sciencerocksmyworld.com Nov 23 2016 - 15:54

Dieters know all too well that losing weight doesn’t mean it’s gone for good.

Israel 21c Nov 23 2016 - 15:54

Each year, around 45 million Americans diet in an attempt to lose weight, though very few maintain long-term weight loss.

Medical News Today Nov 23 2016 - 15:54

A cauliflower-shaped structure on Mars has some researchers scratching their heads — and others wondering if it could have been created by martian

Astronomy Magazine Nov 23 2016 - 12:34

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

m.food.ndtv.com Nov 23 2016 - 10:25

The Mystery of our Microbiome The microbiota consists of at least 30 trillion microbes, mostly bacteria, that inhabit our bodies.

thechalkboardmag.com Nov 23 2016 - 03:37

They learned that silica minerals at El Tatio form in shallow, hydrothermal waters—and that the deposits most closely resembling the Martian ones o

Gizmodo Nov 23 2016 - 00:53

However, to make sure that the tiny structures weren't simply microbes that had accrued over the millennia, they had to do a number of tests,

Live Science Nov 22 2016 - 22:29

New research provides further evidence of the important role that gut microbes play in health - by revealing they alter host gene expression in a d

Medical News Today Nov 22 2016 - 15:56

coli are bacteria whose presence indicates that the water may be contaminated with human or animal wastes.

KHON2 Nov 22 2016 - 07:49

A wide range of microorganisms, including fungi and phytopathogenic bacteria, are capable of emitting volatile compounds which boost plant growth a

Phys Nov 22 2016 - 06:59

Nov 22, 2016: A recent study has found that extracts from avocado seeds can potentially be used as a natural additive incorporated into ready-to-ea

thinknaturaltoday.com Nov 21 2016 - 20:07

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circ.ahajournals.org Nov 21 2016 - 13:55

Scientists at New York University tested these for microbes as research for a study.

IndiaTimes Nov 21 2016 - 11:39

Antibiotic resistant bacteria are becoming more common, and researchers have now discovered minute levels of resistant microbes in air samples take

labroots.com Nov 21 2016 - 11:25

Researchers are working on an efficient and inexpensive method for the production of organic plastics.

Science Daily Nov 21 2016 - 10:13

Investigators note that there is a great need to study extracellular polymeric substances (EPS), which are polymers released into the environment b

scienmag.com Nov 21 2016 - 08:47

Trouble is, scientists weren’t sure if the melanosomes, and their associated color, were actually from the preserved creature, or from microbes tha

Gizmodo Nov 21 2016 - 06:53

But little science has been done to explain how our architectural choices are changing the world of microbes that live inside these buildings — and

The Huffington Post Nov 21 2016 - 05:13

(Nanowerk News) Researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are working on an efficient and inexpensive method for the production of org

Nano werk Nov 21 2016 - 03:18

We’ll be bringing hitchhikers. NASA calls them ‘cooties’. There are ten times more microbes in our bodies than human cells.

The Telegraph Nov 20 2016 - 18:36

Human skin and food particles appear to be the top sources of the microbes found on ATMs.

The Inquisitr Nov 19 2016 - 11:20

Washington, Nov 19 (IBNS): Automated teller machine keypads in New York City hold microbes from human skin, household surfaces, or traces of food,

India Blooms Nov 19 2016 - 07:52

A trace of us is left on everything we come into contact with, in the form of microbes and trace amounts of chemicals.

labroots.com Nov 19 2016 - 03:20

When you go to get your cash out at the nearest ATM, the last thing on your mind is how many different types of bacteria and microbes are lurking o

babwnews.com Nov 19 2016 - 02:52

A new study finds that they're covered in a lot more than fingerprints.

fox5ny.com Nov 18 2016 - 19:28

"DNA obtained from ATM keypads may therefore provide a record of both human behaviour and environmental sources of microbes", Carlton add

Flapship Nov 18 2016 - 19:21

There is science in art – the alchemy of paint, the binary codes computing away in a camera, the expressive anatomy in portraiture and sculpture.

scroll.in Nov 18 2016 - 16:22

If you’ve ever forgotten about a cheese wedge in the fridge, you may have discovered something mysterious growing on it, a sure sign that it’s no l

The Rockefeller University Nov 18 2016 - 14:27

It is really the biology itself that makes the system organic, not the medium the plants grow in.

CNN Nov 18 2016 - 10:38

Bacteria found on human skin. Microbes from bony fish, mollusks, chicken and baked goods.

The Times-Picayune Nov 18 2016 - 08:01

Whenever you withdraw money from an automated teller machine, the A.T.M. deposits microbes onto you.

New York Times Nov 18 2016 - 08:01

Marine chemists for decades have faced an elusive paradox.

eedesignit.com Nov 18 2016 - 07:47

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