Everyone’s feet smell from time to time. But there are some cases when the smell goes beyond just stinky and reaches the category of, “open the window!”
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Sharing your shower, your bed, your saliva with your partner means that you are sharing bacterial colonies too. That is probably the reason why you grow to be like each other. Isn’t that sweet?
The season of swimming at seas and pools have already begun. As it is known, wet areas are the source of yeast and bacteria both in the environment and in your body. Therefore, wet swimwear is "collector" for harmful organisms and can cause many infections.
Is beard clean or is a magnet for bacteria and germs.
It seems like there are no limits to nanomedicine. The newest project is a nanorobot fed with harmful bacteria, viruses and fungi from the blood, which can replace the chromosomes from affected cells with a new chromosomes produced outside the patient's body.
Fighting bacteria using antibacterial products, despite its primer use, consequently may have other side effects. An antibacterial used in many cleaning products can actually help microbes beat even our most powerful antibiotics.
Let’s face it! Bacteria are all around us, and that is a fact. Their presence should not make us paranoid because bacteria are also good in keeping the immune system active. But during the day, getting in touch with all the different things as money, handles, newspapers, and all the other thing you can imagine, can expose us to some of the pathogenic bacteria which make the situation more serious. Not surprisingly, smartphones can also be a great breeding ground for different bacteria, even pathogenic.
We know many light bulbs today on the market among which are incandescent, LED, fluorescent, neon, halogen and may more, but a biobulb is something we haven’t experienced yet. If you think you know everything about Escherichia Coli, wait until you see this newly discovered feature.
Similar to the way plants produce energy by converting water, sunlight and CO2 in it,this bacteria can do the same thing but 10 times more efficiently. Harvard Professor of energy, Daniel G. Nocera is the master mind behind this magnificent invention.
Nowadays, almost everyone owns a smartphone, and that smartphone spends a great time of the day in the dirtiest place- your hands.