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Funny story: Australia's shark conservationists now protecting species of Streptococcus bacterium

Australia's shark conservationists now protecting species of Streptococcus bacterium

The seemingly incomprehensible actions of Australian shark conservationists who breed and put sharks into the sea have been topped by Brisbane based Germ conservationists. The increasingly rare Streptococcus pneumoniae, or pneumococcus, is a Gram-...
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Funny story: Secondary School Biology Experiment Leads to New Pathogen

Secondary School Biology Experiment Leads to New Pathogen

COVENTRY, W. MIDS., ENG. - A local secondary school has caused the entire Coventry city area to be put on lockdown after a new mutation has caused a harmless bacteria to morph into a pathogen. The pathogen classified as X/11-G, after the room (X)...
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Funny story: Germs "an urban myth" claim researchers

Germs "an urban myth" claim researchers

Researchers at the University of Lyef on the outskirts of Amsterdam in The Netherlands have published a paper in the New England Journal of Medicine contesting that the generally accepted Germ Theory of Disease is actually wrong. They suggest that...
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Funny story: It's official! Women carry 4 times more germs than men!

It's official! Women carry 4 times more germs than men!

Following some detailed research by eminent microbiologist, Dr Mike Robe of Oxford University School of Biology, women carry 4 times more germs than men and some of them are potentially fatal!...
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