At least two million Americans fall ill from antibiotic bacteria every year and at least 23,000 die from those infections, according to a report released by CDC on Monday.
Researchers reported that people with more cavities appeared to have a lower risk of head and neck cancer.
Researchers identified superantigens produced from staph bacteria as the causes of the lethal side effects of endocarditis, a deadly bacterial heart valve infection.
The CDC is now reporting that Lyme disease affects 300,000 people per year, not 30,000.
Researchers found that if people drank milk after eating dry cereal, their dental plaque pH levels rose from being acidic to normal.
Researchers tied mouth bacteria to the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers report that condoms might help women maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in their vaginas.
A rare infection from a dog bite cost a Canadian woman three of her limbs.
Researchers discovered 'Pandoravirus,' the largest identified virus to date.
The National Resources Defense Council released its yearly report card ranking beaches on their levels of bacteria.
Researchers found that when they mixed a silver-containing compound to antibiotics, it boosted the strength of the treatment.
Researchers observed that only five percent of people washed their hands long enough to kill germs and prevent infections.
A new survey conducted by the Food Standards Agency in the United Kingdom found that one in three people ignore the use by date on their produce.
Hygiene expert reports that the average British outdoor grill can contain up to double the amount of germs found on a toilet seat within the same household.
Tuberculosis is the second-leading cause of death from an infectious disease, after HIV/AIDS in the world.