Trace takes us on a stomach-churning roundup of the world of foodborne illnesses.
A new study argues that the antiperspirant we've all been using on a daily basis might actually be making matters worse in the olfactory realm. Tara presents the malodorous details of the research.
While swimming, some Florida beachgoers have recently come in contact with a deadly bacteria in the warm waters that's already claimed at least one life. Carin Bonder has the details.
It's tempting to think that anything in or near your toilet and shower has to be the most bacteria-friendly place in the house. Not so! It turns out bacteria is pretty much everywhere: No matter where you go, there it is. Trace has the details.
Researchers look to restore the efficacy of drugs as bacteria continue to evolve.
Texting, calling, gaming -- your smartphone does it all. Unfortunately, it's also a place where bacteria go to thrive, making the device your own personal microbiome.
The bacteria that cause the illness may have been lurking around for 15 million years -- long before humans walked on Earth.
Microbes found in the placenta are unexpectedly closely related to bacteria in the mouth, and could influence whether pregnant women give birth prematurely
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