A new study suggests that clothing and linens are an under recognised vector for transmission of MRSA from a person who is infected or is an MRSA carrier
A key source of infectious and other microbes in any occupied place the people living or working there. A new study demonstrates that humans emit a microbial cloud into surrounding indoor air.
A report from MRSA Action UK, shows the importance of preventing spread of MSSA and MRSA in the home and in everyday life, not just in relation to healthcare.
Diabetes is a chronic disease in which blood glucose levels are above normal levels. In people who have diabetes, the pancreas either doesn’t make enough insulin (a hormone that helps glucose get the cells of our bodies), or it doesn’t use insulin as well as it should.
The July issue of Perspectives in Public Health looks at latest research showing that the hygiene hypothesis is a misleading and dangerous misnomer which is both undermining attitudes to hygiene and hindering the search for ways to reverse the dramatic rise in allergies etc.