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A team of researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has found nearly 1,000 species of bacteria in snow and ice samples collected from Tibetan

Phys.org Jun 28 2022 - 05:37

SCIENTISTS have raised the alarm over a strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that can jump from pigs to humans, sparking fears of a "hidden

Daily Express Jun 28 2022 - 03:41

Urinary tract infections are both very common and potentially very dangerous.

Phys.org Jun 28 2022 - 01:38

Coeliac disease experts admit they’re not sure why people develop the illness but they are certain there’s no evidence that strep bacteria is to bl

Australian Associated Press Jun 27 2022 - 16:31

A new study by researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) in collaboration with experts from the Institut de Cièn

Phys.org Jun 27 2022 - 11:05

It's by far the largest bacterial species ever found, but there's plenty we don't know about how and why it got so huge.

ExtremeTech Jun 27 2022 - 07:23

A quick Instagram search for #suntea turns up more than 36,000 results confirming that the summer months are prime time for this classic tea bevera

syracuse.com on MSN.com Jun 27 2022 - 02:57

Scientists have discovered a single bacterium that has broken all of the previous theoretical limitations for a bacteria's size.

TweakTown Jun 27 2022 - 02:35

Pom-pom-shaped molecules rip apart MRSA and other drug-resistant bacteria in minutes, are cheap and easy to make, and don’t lead to bacterial resis

New Scientist Jun 27 2022 (All day)

Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab, discovered giant bacteria in Guadeloupe marine mangrove systems, notably

The Daily Californian Jun 26 2022 - 22:29

Emerging evidence suggests cannabidiol (CBD) can kill certain bacteria. Still, CBD can't replace antibiotics just yet.

Healthline Jun 26 2022 - 06:34

The city said beaches are safe to swim at along the Ewa coastline after the health department warned of high levels of fecal bacteria discharged fr

KHON2 Jun 25 2022 - 22:57

Scientist this week revealed the discovery of a massive strain of bacteria discovered in a Caribbean swamp, one with cells so large that it is visi

justthenews Jun 25 2022 - 13:43

A single cell the size of a human eyelash is now the world's largest known bacteria, scientists report this week.

Axios Jun 25 2022 - 05:09

A man contracted flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing at a Louisiana beach and is in the intensive care unit at a local hospital, according to his

Raleigh News & Observer Jun 24 2022 - 16:34

Scientists announced the discovery of the world’s largest species of bacteria in a Caribbean mangrove swamp, according to a report published in the

WBBM Radio Chicago on MSN.com Jun 24 2022 - 14:21

Scientists have discovered the world's largest bacterium -- visible to the naked eye -- in a Caribbean mangrove swamp.

CBS News Jun 24 2022 - 12:00

Thiomargarita magnifica, which was found in a Caribbean mangrove swamp, is 50 times larger than other known giant bacteria

PhillyVoice Jun 24 2022 - 11:54

This creature was discovered by chance in a Caribbean mangrove. It is surprising not only for its size but its DNA-encasing internal membranes.

Business Insider on MSN.com Jun 24 2022 - 07:29

A team at Binghamton University in New York, who have been been working for years on biobatteries, which generate electricity through bacterial int

InAVate Jun 24 2022 - 04:11

Most bacteria are just 2 micrometres long, but Thiomargarita magnifica is thousands of times bigger, and is unusually complex

New Scientist Jun 24 2022 - 02:39

You can see it with the naked eye and pick it up with a pair of tweezers -- not bad for a single bacteria.

Yahoo News UK Jun 24 2022 - 02:20

LAKE CHARLES, La. -- A Louisiana man is recovering in the hospital after getting infected with a flesh-eating bacteria.

ABC 7 Chicago Jun 23 2022 - 20:40

Though newly discovered bacteria are visible to the naked eye, microscopy reveals unexpected complexity.

SciTech Daily Jun 23 2022 - 18:04

Scientists have discovered a bacterium that’s about 5,000 times larger than any other giant bacteria -- large enough to see without a microscope.

Los Angeles Times on MSN.com Jun 23 2022 - 16:20

Researchers found bacterial cells so large they are easily visible to the naked eye, challenging ideas about how large microbes can get.

New York Times Jun 23 2022 - 16:15

A team of scientists discovered a macroscopic species of bacterium living in the waters off Guadeloupe in the Caribbean, shifting the scales of how

Gizmodo Jun 23 2022 - 15:04

The largest bacteria known to science have been discovered in the Caribbean. They're visible to the naked eye and surprisingly complex.

Health News Florida Jun 23 2022 - 15:01

Cronobacter is the same bacteria that sickened at least four other infants after they had consumed Abbott Laboratories’ baby formula.

Wall Street Journal Jun 23 2022 - 14:45

Think all bacteria are microscopic? Thing again. T. magnifica is the world's biggest bacteria species, and can be seen with the naked eye.

Popular Science Jun 23 2022 - 13:47

You can see it with the naked eye and pick it up with a pair of tweezers - not bad for a single bacteria.

MSN Jun 23 2022 - 13:26

This year, a deadly type of flesh-eating bacteria called Vibrio vulnificus is showing up sooner than in past summers.

WDBJ Jun 23 2022 - 13:05

Bacteria typically live out their teeny-tiny lives in the microscopic realm, but now scientists have found a gargantuan one the size and shape of a

WFUV Jun 23 2022 - 12:36

Researchers have discovered the biggest bacteria known to science. T. magnifica is 50 times bigger than the next-biggest known bacteria.

Interesting Engineering Jun 23 2022 - 12:00

The largest-known bacterium - a vermicelli-shaped organism that was discovered in shallow mangrove swamps in the Caribbean and is big enough to be

Reuters on MSN.com Jun 23 2022 - 11:13

Gigantic bacteria 50 times larger than any bacterial species previously known to science have been discovered in a Caribbean mangrove swamp, a find

The Financial Times Jun 23 2022 - 11:03

Exclusive: St Thomas’ hospital in London did not reveal that four premature babies – one of whom died – were infected

The Guardian Jun 22 2022 - 22:02

Jessie Abshire’s wife and daughter are sharing his story in hopes it saves even one person from suffering like he has.

KPLC Jun 22 2022 - 18:13

As our tech needs grow and the Internet of Things increasingly connects our devices and sensors together, figuring out how to provide power in remo

techxplore Jun 22 2022 - 13:38

A study found that both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beer increased men's gut bacteria diversity.

YAHOO!News Jun 22 2022 - 11:50

Antibiotic resistance is a ticking timebomb under public health.

Phys.org Jun 22 2022 - 09:06

Typhoid-causing bacteria have become increasingly antibiotic resistant and have spread widely over the past three decades, a new study has suggeste

Yahoo Style Canada Jun 22 2022 - 01:59

The state's Wildlife and Fish Service says a bacteria likely carried by migrating birds will result in the euthanizing of 350,000 fish to stop

LAist Jun 21 2022 - 22:50

Bacteria causing Typhoid fever are becoming increasingly resistant to some of the most important antibiotics for human health, according to a study

News Medical Jun 21 2022 - 21:09

Two California hatcheries battling bacterial infections will have to kill 350,000 rainbow trout intended to restock Eastern Sierra Nevada lakes, st

Sacramento Bee on MSN.com Jun 21 2022 - 14:13

Nearly 350,000 rainbow trout must be euthanized as California wildlife officials battle bacteria outbreaks at two fish hatcheries in the eastern Si

KPBS Jun 21 2022 - 14:10

Nearly 350,000 rainbow trout must be euthanized as California wildlife officials battle bacteria outbreaks at two fish hatcheries in the eastern Si

Fox 5 San Diego Jun 21 2022 - 13:54

The Ohio Department of Health has issued a bacteria contamination advisory for Maumee Bay State Park.The advisory was registered Tuesday morning, c

WNWO Toledo on MSN.com Jun 21 2022 - 13:38

According to the study, quinolone-resistant strains accounted for more than 85% of S Typhi (the bacteria that causes Typhoid fever) in Bangladesh b

India Times Jun 21 2022 - 12:34

Staff at the Black Rock and Fish Springs hatcheries in the Eastern Sierra determined that infected rainbow trout were showing signs of disease.

Los Angeles Times on MSN.com Jun 21 2022 - 12:23