CDC: Stop Going Into Hotel Pools And Hot Tubs With DiarrheaCDC officials say that over 27,000 people have gotten sick because of water-related pathogens since 2000.
Heavy Drinking Could Increase 'Bad' Bacteria In Mouth, Study FindsPeople who drink more than the recommended daily limit of alcohol may harbor an unhealthy mix of bacteria in their mouths, a new study suggests.
Bag It Up: Dog Poop A Major Environmental Pollutant, Reports FindWhile many areas in the U.S. try to crack down on the littering aspect of not cleaning up after your dog, studies are also finding that dog poop is becoming a major environmental hazard too.
Antibiotic Resistant 'Nightmare Bacteria' Spreading In U.S., CDC WarnsInfections of this kind are "virtually untreatable with modern medicine," CDC Principal Deputy Director Dr. Anne Schuchat said in a press briefing on April 3.
High Levels Of Fecal Bacteria Found At Popular Spring Break BeachesOver a dozen popular beaches have tested positive for high levels of fecal bacteria according a website run by the Texas General Land Office.
Trendy 'Raw Water' Can Reportedly Give You Hepatitis, Other DiseasesA new health craze that has many people paying high prices for unfiltered water is also reportedly putting those Americans at risk for diseases like hepatitis and norovirus.
CDC: Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Carried By International Travelers Spreading Across U.S.Three cases have been reported in Michigan.
Bacteria In Samples Lead To Flint Water Advisory City officials say Friday that the advisory comes after total coliform bacteria was found in some water samples, but follow-up testing didn't find the presence of fecal coliform or E. coli bacteria.
Study: Your Doctor's Stethoscope May Be FilthyThey're a symbol of healing, but a new study finds one of the tools doctors use can be a magnet for bacteria.
Is Your iPhone Dirtier Than A Toilet Seat?Researchers took swabs from 90 devices ...
Study Links Gut Bacteria To Obesity, DiabetesA new study finds that bacteria living in the intestines could be the key to finding an effective treatment for obesity.
UM: Bacteria In Tap Water Can Be Traced To Water TreatmentMost of the bacteria that remain in drinking water when it gets to the tap can be traced to filters used in the water treatment process, rather than to the aquifers or rivers where it originated, University of Michigan researchers discovered.