2 South Jersey Beaches Closed For High Bacteria LevelsTwo beaches in South Jersey are closed Tuesday after the tested water quality samples exceeded the recreational standard.
Why You Should Avoid Those Puppy KissesPenn Vet Microbiologist Shelley Rankin says what your dog eats and how they greet make their mouths the perfect petri dish for bacteria.
TOO MUCH BACTERIA: 15 NJ Beaches Closed, Some Under AdvisoriesMore than 30 New Jersey beaches are on notice from the state Department of Environmental Protection after the tested water quality samples exceeded the recreational standard.
Nearly 2M Pounds of Chicken Recalled Due to Possible BacteriaNearly two million pounds of chicken are being recalled due the potential survival of bacterial pathogen, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety says.
World Health Assembly Endorses Global Plan To Tackle Antimicrobial ResistanceThis has become a worldwide issue, and it's getting worldwide attention.
Health: The Great Germ DebateAre you a germaphobe? No one wants to get sick, but what makes sense and what doesn't?
Health: Study Says An Intimate Kiss Is Actually Loaded With BacteriaA kiss is just a kiss - unless you're worried about germs. A new study was released Monday that says an intimate kiss is actually loaded with bacteria.
Study: Red Wine Prevents CavitiesIt might turn your teeth blue, but it turns out red wine actually prevents cavities.
Local Beach Reopens After Previously Failing Water-Quality Test The 25th Street Bay Beach in Barnegat Light, Long Beach Island has reopened.
WHO Report: Antibiotic Resistance Has Spread Worldwide, Posing Major Public Health RiskAccording to WHO’s first-ever global report on antibiotic resistance, antimicrobial resistance is no longer just a threat – it’s happening in every region of the world, and it could pose a major public health risk.
Cringe-worthy Study Reveals Stethoscopes May Be Covered In BacteriaIt seems obvious now that it’s mentioned, but you’ve probably never considered the germs that could be congregating on the most rudimentary of medical tools.
Study: Nearly Half Of Water Taps May Contain Bacteria That Causes Legionnaires' DiseaseWhile the study was small -- researchers only sampled 67 public and private water sources such as kitchen sinks and drinking fountains – it’s the first one to chart the presence of the potentially deadly bacteria in water taps.

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