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Did You Know That Over Ninety Nine% Of The Bacteria Within The Gut Is More Than Likely Anaerobes
i-Newswire, 2014-02-19
In excess of 99% no matter what the bacteria in the gut is most likely anaerobes

Deadly Bacteria Threatens Orange Industry Worldwide
i-Newswire, 2014-01-15
A tiny bug, originating from China, has caused massive devastation to the orange crop worldwide.

Probiotics May Not Be Effective in Treating Your Baby's Colic
i-Newswire, 2013-10-23
Probiotics are nowadays considered as a precautionary remedy against bacterial infections.

Multi-Drug-Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria: A Middle Eastern Challenge
i-Newswire, 2013-07-29
Experts at the Anti- infective therapies of value for drug resistant organisms' session to discuss challenge of Multi-Drug-Resistant-gram negative bacteria in the Middle East

Stericare Launch the First High Density Polypropylene Chopping Board
i-Newswire, 2013-05-29
South Wales based antimicrobial specialist SteriTouch® has been chosen by Stericare to produce the first high density polypropylene chopping board

Putting Toxins In Perspective
i-Newswire, 2013-01-29
Worrying about pesticide toxins is not productive when most mouths have are a toxin producing factory. Without good oral hygiene, toxins will enter the blood stream and digestive tract and cause havoc to the body.

Four Times A Year Better Than Two for Osteoporosis
i-Newswire, 2011-08-01
Studies are showing that periodontal disease is linked to osteoporosis. Treating the dental issues may slow the bone loss everywhere in the body.

Compounds Do Double Duty as Antimicrobials and Anticoagulants
i-Newswire, 2010-09-22
A study presented at this year's Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), showed a novel agent served as both an antimicrobial and anti-coagulation activity.

Novel Compound Found to Inhibit Biofilm Formation in Urinary Catheters
i-Newswire, 2010-09-21
Over 300,000 patients suffering from stroke and multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injuries resulting in quadriplegia or paraplegia use Foley catheters. These patients are at a daily risk for developing catheter-associated urinary tract infections.

The Key to Better Infection Control is Better Disinfecting Tools
i-Newswire, 2010-06-14
Currently, disinfecting formulations can take more than 10 minutes after application to eradicate a microorganism, and they are often toxic formulations.

The Handwash Reminder helps prevent infections and the spread of viruses, germs and bacteria
i-Newswire, 2010-05-31
The Handwash Reminder is the newest innovative idea in hand sanitation and is making every attempt to assist the public with preventing the spread of viruses, germs and bacteria.

World's Most Comprehensive Nanoparticle System Launched
i-Newswire, 2010-04-23
Izon Science today launched the Variable Pressure Module (VPM) for its qNano and qViro instrument range at Hannover Messe. The extended capabilities now provide Izon with the world's most comprehensive nanoparticle analysis system