We always worry about people peeing in the pool, but health experts are now saying that pee should be the least of our concerns after a new government report revealed evidence that a majority of public swimming pools are contaminated with poop.
Women's purses are dirtier than the average toilet, a revolting new study has revealed.
A clinical trial testing the effects of a Lyme disease vaccine proves to be successful so far in protecting the body from the infection.
Two Las Vegas restaurants have been shut down after at least 200 people have fallen ill from dining there.
According to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization, 220 million people are infected with malaria each year.
Researchers report that parents who clean their babies' pacifiers with their own saliva could help lower their children's risk of developing asthma, allergies and eczema.
The findings are promising, especially in a time when hospitals are struggling to combat drug-resistant superbugs like MRSA and drug resistance is on the rise.
Consumer Reports found that nearly 90 percent of the ground turkey it analyzed contained at least one of the five bacteria it was tested for.
Scientists from the University of Exeter announced that they produced diesel fuels from certain strains of E. coli bacteria.
Study revealed that some humans have more germs in common with their dogs than with their children.
Human infections from dangerous bacteria linked to food contamination rose last year, commonly caused by bacteria from organisms found in shellfish, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report released Thursday.
More than half of samples of ground beef, ground turkey and pork chops collected from supermarkets for testing by the federal government contained bacteria resistant to antibiotics, according to a new report.
Researchers discovered that ping pong balls used in beer pong contain over millions of bacteria, which include salmonella and listeria.
Researchers found that biofilms help perserve Salmonella in extremely dry conditions and through the human digestive processes, increasing the risk for infections.
Farm Rich has issued a voluntary recall of its frozen products due to the fear of possible E. coli contamination.