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Bacteria found in the water at Washington state’s largest psychiatric hospital means no one can take showers or wash hands, at a time when COVID-19

Charlotte Observer Jul 10 2020 - 10:28

Alison Weiss, PhD, professor in the UC College of Medicine, and Suman Pradhan, PhD, research associate , lead study to advance our understanding of

University of Cincinnati Jul 10 2020 - 09:57

If you're a fan of raw milk, keep it chilled.

U.S. News & World Report Jul 10 2020 - 09:42

Electrons spin. It's a fundamental part of their existence.

Phys.org Jul 10 2020 - 05:34

Scientists have produced spider silk using photosynthetic bacteria, creating the potential for the production of bulk amounts of the useful biomate

GEN Jul 10 2020 - 05:00

Waterborne diseases affect more than 2 billion people worldwide, causing substantial economic burden.

Phys.org Jul 10 2020 - 02:30

Bellevue city officials said the park will remain open, but the beach is closed to swimmers until further notice.

Patch Jul 9 2020 - 17:46

MolecuLight Inc., the leader in point-of-care fluorescence imaging for real-time detection of bacteria in wounds, announces the launch of its new i

YAHOO! Jul 9 2020 - 17:10

So we’re monitoring ponds with permanent beaches and ones that are in trouble for Cyanobacteria,” Town of Barnstable’s Coastal Health Resource Coor

CBS Boston / WBZ Jul 9 2020 - 14:52

TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.

CBS Boston / WBZ Jul 9 2020 - 14:33

Living close to natural green space can mitigate some of the changes in infant gut bacteria associated with formula feeding, according to new resea

Medical Xpress Jul 9 2020 - 09:59

People should avoid contact with the water, which can cause an upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin rashes if touched or ingested.

Treasure Coast Newspapers Jul 9 2020 - 09:55

One could say that mitochondria, the energy-producing organelles inside every human cell, dance to their own beat.

Phys.org Jul 9 2020 - 06:59

Bacteria can be found almost anywhere on the planet, deep underground, below the deepest points in the oceans, and even 40 miles high up in the atm

WorldAtlas Jul 9 2020 - 06:40

In this work, a total of 72 samples of non-thermally treated commercial table olives were obtained from different markets of the world.

Nature Jul 9 2020 - 02:32

Bulging eyes, erratic swimming, darkened skin and a swollen abdomen.

SFGate Jul 8 2020 - 21:14

Engineers have developed a new wood-based steam generator that can purify water using bacteria-produced nanomaterials and energy harvested from the

UPI.com Jul 8 2020 - 10:57

Burkholderia pseudomallei is a bacterium in the soil that causes melioidosis, a tropical disease with high morbidity and mortality.

Medical Xpress Jul 8 2020 - 09:44

In the lungs, the thick mucus clogs airways.

Medical Xpress Jul 8 2020 - 06:54

University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers have added fresh evidence that early exposure to vaccine-, bacterial- or microbiota-derived antigen

Medical Xpress Jul 8 2020 - 05:41

Health authorities say all sites have been treated and disinfected and there is little chance of the disease causing an epidemic.

South China Morning Post Jul 8 2020 - 05:09

According to the United Nations, about one-fifth of the world's population lives in areas where water is scarce.

Phys.org Jul 8 2020 - 05:07

Spiders produce amazingly strong and lightweight threads called draglines that are made from silk proteins.

Phys.org Jul 8 2020 - 04:28

A potentially deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria could be hiding in the dirt and water of the southernmost U.S.

UPI.com Jul 7 2020 - 22:48

Minneapolis parks staffer Katie Cassidy made her routine water sampling of 12 Minneapolis beaches including Lake Hiawatha beach.

StarTribune on MSN.com Jul 7 2020 - 17:34

A potentially deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria could be hiding in the dirt and water of the southernmost U.S.

U.S. News & World Report Jul 7 2020 - 17:25

Batches of Soyummy fermented bean paste are being recalled in Auckland due to high levels of bacteria that could cause vomiting and diarrhoea.

Stuff.co.nz Jul 7 2020 - 17:16

Now researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China have developed a novel device made of wood that can do just that, by employing

New Atlas Jul 7 2020 - 17:00

“Probiotics often contain different strains of bacteria and we do not know if the supplements, sachets and fermented milks you find on supermarket

IFLScience Jul 7 2020 - 14:46

High bacterial loads in the mouth may be the reason why some otherwise healthy patients experience more severe SARS-CoV-2 infections, according to

DrBicuspid Jul 7 2020 - 00:11

Probiotics that broaden the mix of helpful bacteria in the gut may help to ease depression, according to a review of available evidence.

The Irish Times Jul 6 2020 - 15:35

Washington State University researchers have developed an easy-to-use software program to identify drug-resistant genes in bacteria.

Phys.org Jul 6 2020 - 10:39

The active agents of many drugs are natural products, so called because often only microorganisms are able to produce the complex structures.

Phys.org Jul 6 2020 - 10:05

As the temperaturess rise in the Lone Star State, the presence of Vibrio vulnificus, a bacteria that can cause life-threatening wound infections, g

My San Antonio Jul 6 2020 - 07:49

Scientists hope miniaturized devices could help clinicians to reduce antibiotic prescribing, and also aid in the development of more effective anti

GEN Jul 6 2020 - 05:00

UWF researchers are testing Escambia County waters for Vibrio species, including those associated with the "flesh-eating" disease necroti

Pensacola News Journal Jul 6 2020 - 04:15

Below is a list of the affected beaches and the reason for the closure or contamination advisory as of Sunday morning.

MLive Jul 5 2020 - 10:42

The City of Midland Parks and Recreation Department has closed access to Kiwassee Lake in Stratford Woods Park until further notice because of high

MLive Jul 3 2020 - 17:23

Rats fed a sugar syrup early in life develop an unusual gut microbiome that seems to worsen the rodents’ memories by changing the way their brains

New Scientist Jul 3 2020 - 06:15

Johnson has been studying Buruli cases in Australia for decades, and he sees every new case as a chance to crack the disease’s enigma.

The Atlantic Jul 3 2020 - 05:34

The gut bacteria in some people have acquired genes for digesting seaweed fibres in a transfer from marine bacteria.

New Scientist Jul 3 2020 - 02:12

In previous work, we proposed a game-theory-based feature evaluation When using the protein characteristics identified by this algorithm, called ‘f

Nature Jul 3 2020 - 02:12

Some Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie River sites are safe, but others have high bacteria. Know where you can go this holiday weekend.

Treasure Coast Newspapers Jul 2 2020 - 13:25

In a trial launched today, 90 patients at University Hospitals Plymouth will be given the pill, which contains bacteria that have been found to red

Daily Mail Jul 2 2020 - 11:13

Puffer’s Pond will not be available for swimming over the July 4 weekend because of unsafe levels of E.

MassLive Jul 2 2020 - 10:19

Science is continuing to shine a light on the links between gut bacteria and all kinds of health conditions, ranging from depression, to autoimmune

New Atlas Jul 1 2020 - 19:32

People and pets should not swim, drink lake water, or engage in other water-contact activities at Houghton Beach.

Patch Jul 1 2020 - 18:49

Several Michigan beaches are closed due to high bacteria levels heading into Fourth of July weekend.

clickondetroit.com Jul 1 2020 - 09:31

New research from the University of Colorado Boulder has offered some of the clearest evidence to date showing how the gut microbiome produces a me

New Atlas Jun 30 2020 - 22:11

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcal aureus (MRSA) is a common and quite dangerous hospital infection that’s resistant to many drugs.

New Atlas Jun 30 2020 - 20:40