More stories about "Bacteria"

8 Vaginal Odors You Have to Know And What They Mean

Your vagina is telling you something, but you don't always have to be alarmed.

How Often Should You Really Clean Your Feet?

You're probably not cleaning them as often as you should!

Disease-Causing Bacteria May Live for Long Periods on Regularly Used Objects

Maintaining a clean environment may help lower your risk of contracting diseases from objects contaminated by bacteria.

New Study Warns Against Drinking Raw Milk

Researchers believe that drinking unpasteurized milk may not be as healthy as you think.

Garlic May Protect Infants from Deadly Bacteria

Compounds found in this bulb may protect infants from infection.

Gum Disease May Worsen Rheumatic Arthritis

Bacteria that cause gum deterioration may also speed up cartilage destruction.

Cranberry Juice May Protect You from Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a very common condition in women. Avoid it by regularly drinking lots of water and cranberry juice.

Laundry Story: Drying Clothes Indoors May Cause Health Issues

Drying your laundry indoors may sound practical during the rainy season, but a new study says that it may not be practical for your health.

Faucet and Microwave Door Handles among Dirtiest Office Surfaces

Research details the top six bacteria-filled surfaces in the workplace.

7 Things Every Woman Needs to Know about Urinary Tract Infections

UTIs are 50 times more common in women than in men or children, so it's a good idea to read up on this ailment.

New Study: 1 in 6 Cellphones Have E. Coli

Research shows your phone could contain fecal bacteria.

Toilet Seat Most Germ-Free Part of the House/Office + 10 Tips for Staying Clean

Research shows a surprising result of what may the cleanest part of your home and office. Plus, advice for keeping good hygiene, whether you're at home or at work.