3 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
The Green River swimming hole on Route 23 was closed on Friday after water samples confirmed elevated levels of E. coli, according to the town's Health Department.
7 hrs ago | WHO-TV Des Moines
Summer unofficially starts this weekend. And, there's something you'll want to know before you hit the beach the season.
11 hrs ago | Gilmer Mirror
Planning a Memorial Day barbecue? When you buy meat for that festive meal, watch out for some uninvited guests.
15 hrs ago | KIII
Home is where the heart is -- not to mention the dirt, dust, bacteria and mold. "Most people clean what they can see, but there's a lot more to cleaning a home than just wiping down your bureau," says Richard Symes of Clenz Philly , an eco-friendly home and commercial cleaning service in New Jersey and Philadelphia.
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The Macomb County Health Department has resumed testing the water at five public beaches twice a week for E. coli bacteria.
In neutralophilic bacteria, monovalent metal cation/H+ antiporters play a key role in pH homeostasis.
A prosecutor says a 23-year-old woman on trial in Tucson contaminated her hospitalized infant daughter's intravenous lines in an attempt to get attention from the girl's father.
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A cocktail of non-pathogenic bacteria naturally occurring in the digestive tract of healthy humans can protect against a potentially lethal E. coli infection in animal models according to research presented at the 113th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
Isolates were resistant to I2-lactams, fluoroquinolones, and aminoglycosides, demonstrated MICs a15 countries worldwide .
Before you fire up the grill for some great summer meals, Consumer Reports has a caution.
The storms that rolled through Roswell and the metro area early Sunday morning brought heavy rains - and the danger of flooding along the Chattachoochee River.
Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli bacteria are the primary cause of diarrhea in children living in low and middle income countries result in 400 million diarrheal episodes and approximately 300,000 deaths among children per year.
Hygiene expert Dr Lisa Ackerley found the typical outdoor grill contains a staggering 1.7 million microbes per 100cm sq.
Three-quarters of public schools in the metro Atlanta area contain microbes, including bacteria indicating the presence of fecal matter, according to research published in the May 17 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report .