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  1. Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles closed because of high bacterial levels
    Contact with fecal-contaminated water can produce gastroenteritis, skin rashes, upper respiratory infections and other ailments. Hollywood Beach was closed early in August, just more than a month after it had been shut down for fecal bacteria-contaminated ...
  2. Protecting your skin is now possible with mineral water spray
    This gives your skin the ability of keeping itself safe from the harm inflicted by free radicals, bacteria, pollution and also UV rays ... water Spray and also provides instant relief from rashes.
  3. Introduction to Salmonella Bacteria
    [26] Bacteria can be on the outside of a shell egg ... or uveitis (inflammation of the inner eye). Ulcers and skin rashes are less common. [12] Symptoms can range from mild to severe. One study showed that on average, symptoms developed 18 days after ...
  4. Drug-Resistant Staph Bacteria Causing More Skin Rashes
    A once-rare drug-resistant germ now appears to cause more than half of all skin infections treated in U.S. emergency rooms, say researchers who documented the superbug's startling spread in the general population. Many victims mistakenly thought they just ...
  5. Bio-Remediation or Bio-Hazard? Dispersants, Bacteria and Illness in the Gulf
    What? "Those oil-eating bacteria -- I think they're running amok and causing skin rashes." My mind reeled. Could we all have missed something so simple? The idea was crazy but, in the context of the Gulf situation -- an outbreak of mysterious persistent ...


Latest news about Bacterial skin rash

  1. Causes and treatment of various skin infections
    The heat and the humidity of this season makes our skin prone T to skin infections, and fungal growth. The street-water soaked feet are exposed to toxic elements thanks to it being mixed with drainage, sewage water and harmful bacteria. And this
  2. Skin rash that does not improve requires medical attention
    Human skin has three layers, namely, from top to bottom; epidermis, dermis and fat layer. The epidermis is the top layer of the skin that is relatively thin and tough, this layer is water proof and when intact acts as a barrier against most bacteria
  3. 7 rashes you shouldn't ignore: Warning signs from your skin
    Purple spots that appear on your hands and feet could be a sign of a bacterial infection of the heart, Kroshinsky says. "You can look at the skin as a window to the inside of the body," she explains. If you develop a circular shaped rash and you're in
  4. SPINE & SPORTS: Outdoor athletes need to be wary about Lyme disease
    It is a bacterial infection transmitted by deer ticks and in North America it is the most commonly transmitted disease between animals. Athletes who train or compete in wooded environments in those regions with the highest likelihood of transmission
  5. San Diego County Reports Two Cases of West Nile, 1 Fatality
    A 79-year-old San Diego woman and an 80-year-old Santee woman were hospitalized late last month with symptoms of encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain that can be caused by viral or bacterial infection, according to the county Health and Human

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