Bacteria and their positive influence on the human body

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The Role of Oral Bacteria in High Blood Pressure Body

If the balance of oral bacterial diversity (also referred to as mouth flora) changes and specific bacteria gain the upper hand, this may impact on high blood pressure and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. We described similar findings on this website in the past (cf. In a current study, scientists in the United

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Using Bacteria as Effective Disinfectants Body

Bacteria are not only important for our organism and our health, they can also be used to remove, or at least contain, dangerous pathogens and successfully disinfect surfaces. This is the result of a study conducted at the University of Jena’s Faculty of Medicine and the Charité Berlin. A team of researchers examined the impact

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Healthy Bacteria for Mouth, Throat, and Pharynx Body

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By nature, more than 700 different kinds of bacteria, yeasts, and fungi colonize our mouth, throat and pharynx. Most of these are not pathogenic, i.e. not infectious agents. Quite the contrary: Many of these bacteria offer protection from dangerous pathogens such as Streptococcus pyogenes, thought to be the most common cause of throat inflammation (“strep

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