Did you know that your body is an ecosystem of more than 1000 different bacterial species! Scientists estimate that there are about 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells in our bodies, and some are helpful while others are harmful to us.

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Companies that sell yogurt often advertise its health benefits. It's sometimes even called a "superfood". What makes yogurt so good for you?

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Brushing your teeth will keep those pearly whites gleaming, but did you know that brushing your tongue is just as important?

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Have you ever wanted to hold your nose in the change room? Does the aroma of your hockey bag drive your Mom to distraction? Have you ever wondered what on earth makes your sports equipment smell that bad?

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Silver is actually a pretty cool element; not only is it beautiful, but it's ions are toxic to many bacteria, viruses, algae, and fungi. So, when placed directly against the skin in an open wound, it dramatically cuts down on odour and aids in healing.

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For some, acne is nothing more than this: a minor irritation that always seems to pop up at the worst times. For others, it's a constant problem that can be physically and emotionally damaging and Skincare manufacturers/advertisers have caught on.

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Some scientist collect armpit sweat in hopes that knowing the identity of the molecules secreted, a methods to avoid sweating and more importantly smelling can be created.

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So, why the big conference? Is AIDS, a disease that really warrants all this attention? The world is safe...right? Wrong. Very Wrong.

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The bacterial strain which cause XDR Tuberculosis is harder to treat since it is resistant to most of the drugs we have to treat it with.

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