Dairy giant Fonterra's products at the centre of a global contamination scare this month did not contain a bacteria that could cause botulism, and posed no food safety threat, New Zealand officials said on Wednesday.
A UAE-based healthcare distributor is employing an innovative bacteria killing technology to combat dangerous outbreaks like the deadly Coronavirus or MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome).
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The logic behind weight-loss surgery seems simple: rearrange the digestive tract so the stomach can hold less food and the food bypasses part of the small intestine, allowing fewer of a meal's calories to be absorbed. Bye-b
Jotun Paints, a leading producer of paints and coatings, has launched two new products – a premium stain resistant wall paint and another superior quality paint designed to offer resistance against bacteria and fungi.
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Antibiotics don't help fight most sinus infections, although doctors routinely prescribe them for that purpose, according to a US study.
Researchers whose work was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found tha
A wide-spectrum of bacteria, including MRSA, EHEC, Sars, fungi and viruses, can now be eliminated from hospitals, schools, offices, shops, restaurants and homes safely and easily, according to Swiss-based Sterilos Group.
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Participants at a recent forum on healthcare-associated infections in France have called upon health authorities to take action against the emergence and spread of bacteria that are resistant to all antibiotics.
Over 70 international healt
Five children admitted to hospital in northern France after eating beef burgers infected with a strain of E.coli bacteria are seriously ill, health officials said on Thursday, fanning fears of a wider outbreak.
The officials said the bacte
The rate of new cases of Germans contracting a deadly strain of E.coli bacteria are declining significantly, German Health Minister Daniel Bahr told German television on Wednesday.
"There will be new cases and unfortunat
German hospitals are struggling to cope with the flood of E.coli victims, health minister Daniel Bahr said on Sunday, as scientists remain puzzled by the deadly bug.
E. coli has already killed 19 and infected 1,700 people across Europ