Behind the success of marathon runners there is also perhaps an unexpected element: particular types of bacteria in the intestine.
A weak electric current can accelerate the healing of wounds: there are several patches in the USA named wireless electroceutical dressing, or WED.
The antibiotics of tomorrow may also come from an unexpected source: insects or, to be more precise, from the bacteria that infect insects, or that live in symbiosis with them.
Several essential oils of aromatic plants can also contribute significantly to fighting one of the most insidious infections of recent years: Lyme disease.
Significant help in dealing with the problem of treating wastewater containing organic residues (from food waste, livestock manure, grass and dry leaves, waste wood, etc.) could come from a [...]
The bacteria that populate our intestine (microbioma) never cease to amaze: a group of researchers from the University of Berkeley, California (USA), has just discovered that many of these [...]
The solution to one of the big issues of world health, i.e. the growing resistance to antibiotics by many types of bacteria, may also come from the sea and, specifically, from sponges. [...]
For several decades, between 1800 and 1900, one of the popular therapies more or less for any illness envisaged exposure to sea air, without any supporting scientific prerequisite. Now, however, [...]
They are celled NanoZymes, artificial enzymes which could provide important help in the battle against antibiotic resistant infections. Researchers from several Australian universities [...]