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In 2013, three germs made the list of urgent threats to human health. Two more were added this year, according to a new report.
We take a closer look at the use of antibiotics, and why they aren’t prescribed for colds.
Docs may one day prescribe viruses that attack specific strains of bacteria instead of antibiotics that kill both good and bad pathogens.
After certain procedures in hospitals, kids with compromised immunity are more likely to have to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Scientists advise replacing kitchen sponges weekly rather than trying to clean them.
New research counters the FDA’s current handwashing guidelines.
Forget kissing fallen food up to God.
New findings also showed the 30-day death rate from this type of blood infection among diabetics could be up to 30 percent.
Slowly but surely science is showing that good bacteria in our gut supports gastrointestinal health and shields us from a whole slew of diseas...
The CDC estimates that 75,000 patients in the U.S. die each year as a result of antibiotic-resistant infections.
When it comes to avoiding germs on the job, perhaps President Obama is on to something with all the fist-bumping.
Cash carries on its surface an average of nearly 3,000 kinds of bacteria.
Sexologist Rachael L. Ross, MD, PhD, a.k.a. Dr. Rachael answers your questions.
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