Shocking Study: Reusable Water Bottles Can Contain 40,000 Times More Germs Than Toilet Seats

Shocking Study: Reusable Water Bottles Can Contain 40,000 Times More Germs Than Toilet Seats

Jakarta – A recent study revealed reusable water bottles can contain around 40,000 times more germs than toilet seats (in some cases). In fact, pet drinking bowls are 14 times cleaner than everyday water bottles if they are not washed regularly. However, more bacteria doesn’t always mean bad news. In this case, most of the … Read more

Pig Farming Biosecurity: Preventing Infections and Controlling Spread

Pig Farming Biosecurity: Preventing Infections and Controlling Spread

An important element in pig farming to keep infections at bay is biosecurity. Under the guise of: “prevention is better than cure”, it is very important to keep the door tightly closed against unwanted germs. But also to streamline the course of events within the company in such a way that internal spread is no … Read more

Effective Farm Management Practices to Control Pathogens on Pig Farms

Effective Farm Management Practices to Control Pathogens on Pig Farms

In addition to infectious causes and biosafety, farm management also plays an important role in keeping pathogens at bay. Good and efficient business management depends on a number of factors. Company size and laborImportant factors are company size and amount of available labor. This has been shown by various studies the larger companies are, the … Read more

Killer Germs in Tampa Bay: Five Deaths from Vibrio Vulnificus Infections

Killer Germs in Tampa Bay: Five Deaths from Vibrio Vulnificus Infections

Tampa Bay – Killer germs have claimed the lives of five people on Florida’s beautiful west coast. After swimming in the sea, they died from an infection with the bacterium Vibrio vulnificus. Since January, 26 cases of these vibrio infections have been reported in the US state of Florida, according to the US authorities. In … Read more

Can Germs Get Stuck When Stepped On? Exploring Bacterial Strength and Escapability

Can Germs Get Stuck When Stepped On? Exploring Bacterial Strength and Escapability

Jakarta – Children have a million questions, sometimes more critical than those of us who are even more mature. Often times, his curiosity can make us wrinkle our foreheads, trying to answer even though sometimes there are doubts. One of them might be this: whether germs and other microscopic creatures on the floor will sweep … Read more

Germs Released from Mt. Everest’s Sneezes Persist for Centuries

Germs Released from Mt. Everest’s Sneezes Persist for Centuries

Jakarta – Scientists reveal germs sneezing climbers can actually last longer Everest Mountain up to hundreds of years. How could that be? Reported by detikINET from the New York Post, Friday (17/3/2023), a team of scientists examined soil samples taken from Mount Everest. As it turns out, human coughs and sneezes were preserved on Mount … Read more

Al-Shehri Reveals Indicators Of Abdomen Germs And Describes How To Take care of Them • Al-Marsad Journal

Al-Shehri Reveals Indicators Of Abdomen Germs And Describes How To Take care of Them • Al-Marsad Journal

Al-Marsad newspaper: Dr. Saud Al-Shehri revealed, throughout a online video clip, which he posted on his official page on “Twitter”, the most significant signs or symptoms of belly germs and their treatment. Al-Shehri reported a lot of citizens are asking about indications of stomach germs, as 50% of the world’s population is infected with them. … Read more

Scientists have discovered bacteria that eat a nail in three days

Scientists have discovered bacteria that eat a nail in three days

Photo: phys.org A nail and a screw in a jar of metal-eating bacteria – – Microorganisms that feed on metals can help combat industrial pollution. Chilean biotechnologist Nadak Reales has found a way to deal with mining waste by discovering bacteria that can eat a nail in three days. This is reported by the site … Read more

8 things in the house that need to be cleaned as often as possible

8 things in the house that need to be cleaned as often as possible

Philip Tierno Jr. Ph.D., a clinical professor of microbiology and pathology at New York University School of Medicine, says people tend to neglect to clean stoves. Though splashes or spills of food that are not cleaned immediately can be a microbial growth. Then, Melissa Maker, a cleaning expert, revealed that she believes that stoves should … Read more