In recent years we have seen a significant trend towards low temperatures laundering to conserve energy. It is important however to ask “Is low temperature laundering associated with increased infection risk?”
e-Bug and Kingfisher Treasure Seekers have just released a six week community hygiene course called Beat the Bugs.
Microbiome science shows that failure to sustain a diverse microbiome by interaction with our microbial world is associated with chronic diseases including allergies, autoimmune diseases and type 1 diabetes.
It’s that time of year again. School has started, and many young adults are heading off to college for the first time.
Scientists have identified two genes that are switched on only when a child is suffering from a bacterial infection. This could allow doctors to quickly distinguish between a viral or bacterial illness, and identify early cases of potentially deadly infections.