Bacteriophages – called phages for short – are involved in the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria from factory farming. But now some phages are being sprayed onto foods by large food manufacturers. What are bacteriophages and are they safe to spray onto our foods?
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The Euphorbia herb has been used in traditional medicines around the world for thousands of years. Research is now proving the validity of this medicinal use.
Severe urinary tract infection rates are exploding as antibiotic-resistant strains of UTI-infective E. coli are growing. New research finds UTI infection transmission from factory farmed meat.
Multiple studies reveal that ancient pine bark extracts heal wounds, kill cancer cells and reduce inflammation.
Research now confirms and quantifies that whole extracts of Garlic and Ginger have the ability to stop several species of multi-drug resistant bacteria.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a deadly antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria is growing among hospitals and other health care facilities, and comes with a high rate of fatality. Options are now limited. What is the solution?
Research sponsored by the ABC news show 20/20 has exposed the greatest probable sources of infectious disease transmission among restaurants. Some of the findings surprised even the investigators.
Acorns from oak trees have the unique property of being able to kill bacteria. They can also kill antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Research finds that the manganese mineral helps slow the shigella toxin.
If you are using reusable bags you might want to consider they may be carrying around more than groceries. They may be carrying lots of bacteria according to research.
E-coli outbreaks have a lot to do with our resident gut microbes. Learn how probiotics can help prevent outbreaks.