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Fecal Transplants See Success in 90 Percent of Bacterial Gut Infections - Futurism



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Fecal Transplants See Success in 90 Percent of Bacterial Gut Infections 
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Fecal transplants are meant to take the microbiomes of healthy donors and allow them to flourish in the recipients, killing any C. diff infection along the way. In the new guidelines, the ISDA notes a success rate nearing 90 percent of transplants ...

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Bacterial Infection From Flu Can Affect the Healthy, Too - NBC 5 ... - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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Bacterial Infection From Flu Can Affect the Healthy, Too - NBC 5 ... 
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Doctors warn of secondary infection from aggressive strain of flu that's dominating this flu season.

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Tackling enteric redmouth disease (ERM) - The Fish Site



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Tackling enteric redmouth disease (ERM) 
The Fish Site
Transmission of the disease is mainly by direct contact with infected fish. The possibility of a carrier state has also been identified, where asymptomatic fish carry the bacteria in the lower intestine and whenever any stressful situation occurs, the ...

 


Bacteria-eaters to prevent food poisoning? - Science Daily



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Bacteria-eaters to prevent food poisoning? 
Science Daily
Now, in cooperation with researchers at the Seoul National University in South Korea, he has been investigating the possibility of utilising phages also in eradicating foodborne pathogens and preventing food poisoning. The researchers focused on the ...
Could phage treatment help tackle foodborne bacteria? New Food

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Bacteria-Killing Viruses Could Stop You From Getting Food Poisoning - Labiotech.eu (blog)



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Bacteria-Killing Viruses Could Stop You From Getting Food Poisoning 
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Researchers at the University of Helsinki believe that bacteria-killing viruses called phage could be more than just an alternative to antibiotics and a solution to the growing antibiotic resistance crisis. A study, published in the Journal of Food ...

 


UTA researcher to develop nanomaterials to treat antibiotic-resistant infections - EurekAlert (press release)



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UTA researcher to develop nanomaterials to treat antibiotic-resistant infections 
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A researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development, or CAREER, grant to develop new synthetic antimicrobial nanomaterials to treat antibiotic-resistant ...

 


Is a Killer 'Klebsi Plague' Threatening the United States? - Snopes.com



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Is a Killer 'Klebsi Plague' Threatening the United States? 
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The Alliance for Advanced Health claims that the threat has recently become more imminent thanks to a newly mutated form of the bacterial strain from China. This is based on a January 2018 study in the medical journal Lancet Infectious Diseases, about ...

 


Cough, Cold or the Flu? Know When Antibiotics Work for You - U.S. News & World Report



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Cough, Cold or the Flu? Know When Antibiotics Work for You 
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Despite rest and over-the-counter remedies, viral infections can sometimes predispose people to bacterial infections. However, taking antibiotics when you have a viral infection doesn't prevent this complication or shorten your duration of symptoms ...

 


Salmonella Lawsuit Filed Against Smokey's Pub N Grill in Minnesota - Food Poisoning Bulletin



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Salmonella Lawsuit Filed Against Smokey's Pub N Grill in Minnesota 
Food Poisoning Bulletin
The next day, they started experiencing the symptoms of a Salmonella infection, including vomiting, fatigue, diarrhea, stomach pain, and body aches. They visited a doctor, and were hospitalized from February 1 to February 4, 2018. The husband suffered ...

 


Can You Vaccinate Yourself Against Cancer? - CBS Sacramento



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Can You Vaccinate Yourself Against Cancer? 
CBS Sacramento
Coley described these cases in a study published in the American Journal of the Medical Sciences in May 1893. One was a 35-year-old Italian man diagnosed with sarcoma of the neck and tonsil. In the study, Coley detailed how the man's tumor was injected ...

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