Pages tagged with Bacterial Infections

Bacterial growth can be triggered by antibiotics. This was reported by staff of the University of Exeter, who worked with the culture of E.coli bacteria Escherichia coli - this type can cause a person pain in the stomach, diarrhea and even lead ...
People with diabetes are more prone to dental infections because diabetes reduces the body's immunity system to fight against infections. High levels of sugar act as as an ideal medium for the growth of bacteria and fungus that leads to infections and inflammations. Keeping blood suga...
TB is a scourge that is ravaging the human populace in quick succession. This article highlights TB and its modules of prevention.
Recently I watched an episode of Animal Planet’s Confessions: Animal Hoarding. As a veterinarian this series is very difficult to watch. The state that these animals are in is appalling. Most species have a natural limit as to how many animals can congregate together before they ...
As I am about to go into hospital and I got to be thinking about the risks involved, I was surprised to find out it wasn't the sort of risks I thought it might be.
Eating bones may cause problems in dogs of all sizes such as; constipation, esophageal choke, intestinal obstruction, bacterial infection, and broken teeth.
Joining a gym is for doing exercises regularly and building a strong body. However, gym is a public place and it’s possible for you to contact the germs and bacteria when you use the exercising machines, toilets, shower, spa and pool there.
NDM-1, MRSA and variations of staph infections have become increasingly resistant to all known antibiotics. Prevention of transmission is the best way of keeping infections at bay, while a coctail of antibiotics is the current course of action for extremely resistant infections.
The discovery of antibiotics has been one of the most important reasons of fall in mortality rates. It was the effect of antibiotics and vaccines that actually raised the life expectancy, allowed people to have smaller families and in more ways than one, changed the way we live. It is...
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