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A Lady’s Many Scents - The New York Times
By Jen Gunter
Feb. 7, 2019

Pineapple juice, apple cider vinegar, douching: Is your body’s natural odor a “fixable” problem?
bacteria  gynecology  hygiene  intimacy  personal_grooming  personal_care_products  sexuality  smell  women 
4 days ago by jerryking
We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it | New Scientist
If you bled when you brushed your teeth this morning, you might want to get that seen to. We may finally have found the long-elusive cause of Alzheimer’s disease: Porphyromonas gingivalis, the key bacteria in chronic gum disease.
alzheimer's  bacteria  dementia  disease  teeth  medicine 
17 days ago by whip_lash
Twitter
The ongoing inside all of us: pop'n genetic analysis of human gut reveals short-term evolution…
bacteria  evolution  from twitter_favs
22 days ago by biocs
(2185) Der unsichtbare Feind - YouTube
60.000 newborns die from multi-resistance bacteria in India alone
"Wir haben uns entschieden die dreckingen dinge zu exportieren."
Das kommt wieder zurueck.
antibiotic  antibiotics  post-antibiotic  India  China  public  health  multi-resistance  bacteria  Superbug  evolution  big  pharma  pharmaceutical  profit  maximisation  self-regulation  Regulation  regulators  globalisation 
26 days ago by asterisk2a
How It's Made - Onions (Gills' Onions) - YouTube
03:15; why cut onions smell bad after sitting for a while ; bacteria growth
why  cut  onions  smell  bad  after  sitting  for  a  while  ;  bacteria  growth  needsEditing 
29 days ago by neerajsinghvns
Rebecca Boyle, "Searching for Life in a Martian Landscape," The Atlantic
This liminal state, between finding and not finding, is characteristic of astrobiology in general. We don’t know whether we’re alone, but we don’t know whether we aren’t. We do know that there is one planet with life, and on this planet, life is everywhere; because of us, we can be sure life in the universe is possible. If we don’t find life on Mars pretty soon, or on Enceladus or Titan or Europa or Trappist-1b, that doesn’t mean we should stop trying. But it’s also possible that life has happened only once. We might be it.
astrobiology  AtacamaDesert  Chile  TheAtlantic  RebeccaBoyle  AlienLife  bacteria 
5 weeks ago by briansholis

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