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  • This Deadly Bacteria Can Reach Your Brain in a Day
    This Deadly Bacteria Can Reach Your Brain in a Day

    The pathogenic bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei, which causes the potentially fatal disease melioidosis, kills 89,000 people around the world each year and is prevalent in northern Australia and southeast Asia.

  • City Air Found to Have Traces of Resistant Bacteria
    City Air Found to Have Traces of Resistant Bacteria

    The air you breathe may contain DNA from genes that make bacteria resistant to the most powerful antibiotics developed yet, a study has found.

  • WHO Lists 12 Deadly Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria and the Urgent Need for New Drugs
    WHO Lists 12 Deadly Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria and the Urgent Need for New Drugs

    WHO published the first-ever list of antibiotic-resistant "priority pathogens" that included 12 families of bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health.

  • Lotion Enriched With Good Bacteria May Help Fight Skin Infections
    Lotion Enriched With Good Bacteria May Help Fight Skin Infections

    A lotion enriched with the body's own beneficial bacteria may help protect against skin infections such as eczema, a new study claims.

  • Bacteria Trapped In Skin Pore Causes Acne: Study
    Bacteria Trapped In Skin Pore Causes Acne: Study

    Scientists have discovered that bacteria on the skin trapped in clogged pore, surrounded by oil and no air, release fatty acids that trigger inflammation known as acne, a finding that may lead to new treatments ...

  • 'Sweet' Solution to Kill Bacteria in Drinking Water Developed
    'Sweet' Solution to Kill Bacteria in Drinking Water Developed

    A team of Indian origin researchers in Canada has developed paper strips laced with sugar that can be used to kill harmful E coli bacteria in contaminated water in remote villages of India and around ...

  • Gut Bacteria May Lead to the Development of Alzheimer's Disease
    Gut Bacteria May Lead to the Development of Alzheimer's Disease

    The bacteria in your gut may play a major role in the development of Alzheimer's disease - the most common form of dementia.

  • Can Mouth Bacteria Help Predict the Onset of Diseases?
    Can Mouth Bacteria Help Predict the Onset of Diseases?

    A new study led by Marvin Whiteley, Professor of molecular biosciences and director of the Center for Infectious Disease at The University of Texas at Austin, attempts to unravel the role of mouth bacteria in ...

  • Ten Second Kiss Can Transfer 80 Million Bacteria
    Ten Second Kiss Can Transfer 80 Million Bacteria

    Couples, take note! As many as 80 million bacteria are transferred during 10 seconds of kissing, according to a new study, partners who kiss at least nine times a day share similar communities of oral ...

  • Good Bacteria Found in Beer May Fight Diseases
    Good Bacteria Found in Beer May Fight Diseases

    A recent study explains how our stomach has a certain bacteria that help us digest yeast and other complex carbohydrates.

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