Infected with dangerous parasites: 30 states recall packaged salad

According to CDC, a company specializing in the production of Fresh Express packaged salads has voluntarily withdrawn several of its products due to a possible infection with the cyclospore, a microscopic parasite that causes intestinal diseases, Fox Business writes. As early as June 22, it became known that more than 200 people ...

Super microbes and bacteria with superpowers: the scariest discoveries of 2019

From diseases caused by antibiotic-resistant microorganisms, up to 700 thousand people die every year. By the middle of the century, this figure could grow to ten million, UN experts say. About it writes RIA Novosti. Attempts to strictly regulate the sale of antimicrobial agents and limit their use in ...

Do not touch: 5 the most dirty places on airplanes

In flight, little seems clean enough, given how many strangers surround you. Of course, you can’t make the flight shorter or the places more convenient, but you can make your experience more hygienic, avoiding the most dirty places on airplanes. ...

'A small bacterium cost me a career and almost took my life': why antibiotics work worse

Brandon Noble is a former U.S. National Football League quarterback who played for the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins. He played college football at the University of Pennsylvania. One bacterial infection put an end to his vibrant career and almost ...

Antibiotics will soon become useless: superbugs threaten the world

British scientists said that antibiotics could soon become useless, as bacteria would be invulnerable to them. About this writes the BBC. In Britain over the past decade, 19 has discovered new genetic mechanisms that make bacteria invulnerable to antibiotics. British government ...

Infected by dangerous bacteria: more than a dozen beaches have been closed in New York

Both throughout New York State and throughout New Jersey, many reports of polluted sea water have been recorded. Suffolk New York District has announced the closure of beaches due to "an excess of bacteria." Suffolk County closes the beaches because of the "excess bacteria" that can cause a whole range of diseases, writes ...

What you need to know about carnivorous bacteria and how to protect yourself from them

In Maryland, a boy became infected with carnivorous bacteria that left deep wounds on his body. The incident occurred during a trip to the beach in Ocean City. According to the New York Post, according to the mother, doctors diagnosed a vibrio in his son's bacteria, this is a type of bacteria, ...

The dirtiest objects in everyday life

The next time you answer a call on your smartphone, firmly pressing it to your face, think about the fact that you may be touching the feces. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine discovered fecal matter on each of the 6 smartphones in the 2011 study ...

Whole Foods, Trader's Joe and Walmart Recall Millions of Tons of Foods Due to Bacteria

More than ten companies in the past few days have announced the recall of tons of semi-finished or ready-made foods potentially contaminated with listeria and salmonella. As a result, several large retail retailers such as Whole Foods, 7-Eleven, Trader's Joe, Walmart and Harris Teeter are being removed from the sale ...

Popular beach in Florida shut down due to bacteria

On August 16, a danger warning was issued against the Hallanddale Beach in Florida with a ban on bathing, as the State Department of Health discovered dangerous bacteria in the water. The Department of Health recommends that residents avoid swimming on the beach along Hallandale Beach Boulevard due to bacteria that ...

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