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  1. Consumer Reports finds hamburger from grass-fed and organic cattle poses fewer health risksNews
    Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) E. coli (7 strains) Clostridium perfringens (CDC estimates 1 million cases of food poisoning due to this bacteria each year.) Enterococcus Consumer Reports published the followingRead more
  2. photo Sherwin-Williams Lança uma Nova Tinta que Mata BactériasSherwin-Williams Lança uma Nova Tinta que Mata BactériasNews
    que serão destruidas pela nova tinta encontram-se: Staphilococcus, E. coli, MRSA (Staphilococcus aureus resistente à meticilina), VRE (Enterococcus faecuim resistente à vancomicina) e a Enterobacter aerogenesRead more
  3. photo Superbug Warfare: Hospital Acquired Infections Reduced by Ultraviolet CleaningSuperbug Warfare: Hospital Acquired Infections Reduced by Ultraviolet CleaningArticle
    in the battle involves ultraviolet cleaning (UVD) to reduce superbugs. Hospital acquired infections including vancomycin-resistant enterococcus (VRE), methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSARead more
  4. photo Basil is an anti-aging superfoodBasil is an anti-aging superfoodNews
    . A study published in the July 2003 issue of the Journal of Microbiology Methods revealed that basil's essential oils were able to stop in its tracks strains of bacteria known as Staphylococcus, EnterococcusRead more
  5. photo Brazil's world-famous beaches now hazardous to health due to human pollutionBrazil's world-famous beaches now hazardous to health due to human pollutionNews
    , the more likely they were to come in contact with a range ofsuch as fecal Bacteroides, Clostridium, Enterococcus and Bacteroidales.Aside from the obvious of picking up one's trash at beaches in order to helpRead more
  6. photo Sauerkraut-charcoal supplement reverses glyphosate poisoning in cattleSauerkraut-charcoal supplement reverses glyphosate poisoning in cattleNews
    of C. botulinum associated diseases. In the present paper, we report on the toxicity of glyphosate to the most prevalent Enterococcus spp. in the GIT. Ingestion of this herbicide could be a significantRead more
  7. photo 97 percent of raw chicken is contaminated, but health officials still aggressively target raw milk97 percent of raw chicken is contaminated, but health officials still aggressively target raw milkNews
    of food poisoning; E. coli and enterococcus, which are typical measures of fecal contamination, and klebsiella pneumoniae, a bug that's naturally present in our stomach but that can cause infectionsRead more
  8. photo Roundup herbicide's health risks recognized by Danish scientistsRoundup herbicide's health risks recognized by Danish scientistsNews
    found to be highly resistant to . At the same time, beneficial bacteria such as Enterococcus, Bacillus and Lactobacillus were found to be most susceptible, destroyed in the presence of glyphosate. WithoutRead more
  9. photo Healthy probiotics show promise for replacing overused antibiotics in farm animalsHealthy probiotics show promise for replacing overused antibiotics in farm animalsNews
    in 2013, a team of German scientists found that piglets fed probiotic Enterococcus faecium showed reduced numbers of extra-intestinal pathogenic E. coli (ExPEC) strains in their intestinal mucosa.PreviousRead more
  10. photo How to Use Honey as a MedicineHow to Use Honey as a MedicineTreatment
    results. Infections like cellulitis (Staphylococcus), E. coli and Enterococcus faecium were killed within 24 hours in the laboratory with medical grade honey. Honey Cough Drops: Honey is also a popularRead more

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Enterococcus

Disease

Enterococcus is a large genus of lactic acid bacteria of the phylum Firmicutes. Enterococci are Gram-positive cocci that often occur in pairs (diplococci) or short chains, and are difficult to distinguish from streptococci on physical characteristics alone. Two species are common commensal organisms in the intestines of humans: E. faecalis (90-95%) and E. faecium (5-10%). Rare clusters of...More