Hand-washing and safe food handling are hallmarks of a conscientious cook who knows what's at stake in a bacteria-laden world.
Beware: Bacteria lurking in your showerhead may give you a lung infection.
Flu season is upon us. Now is the time to protect yourself and your loved ones—and the little one on the way.
One scoop into a container of dip is more than enough. A second dip with a half-eaten chip or veggie? That's a recipe for disaster.
We all trail a personal cloud of bacteria, viruses, fungi, plant particles, chemicals and even microscopic animals.
Waterborne pathogens can defy disinfectants and live in hot tubs, pools and water parks, infecting the body through the skin, eyes or nose.
Practice good general health hygiene to not get sick or spread germs.
Wash your hands! Your mother was right.
Experts share how to keep everyone else healthy in your family when one is down for the count.
Study found one particular germ in 70 percent of children with additional infections.
Germs get left everywhere! Good hand washing practice helps to prevent catching colds and respiratory viral infections, stomach bugs and diarrhea.
The postsecondary world can produce curious intellectuals, but it’s also ground zero to some heinous germs. The solution? Vaccinate.