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We take a closer look at the use of antibiotics, and why they aren’t prescribed for colds.
A study in Africa found that men with high levels of certain bacteria under the foreskin were more likely to contract HIV.
Differences in the bacterial colonies in the genital tracts of South African women, when compared with American women, may raise the South Afr...
Byproducts from bacteria that flourish as a result of gum disease can wake up resting HIV-infected cells.
HIV appears to evade attacks from the immune system in part because antibodies mistake the virus for bacteria.
Circumcision lowers the population of microbes on the penis, which may partially explain how the surgery helps reduce the risk of heterosexual...
Bacteria found in restaurant or cafeteria soda fountain drinks can be a health risk to people with compromised immune systems, including peopl...
Circumcision not only reduces the risk of HIV transmission in men, but also drastically changes the bacteria on the penis, reducing the risk o...
In some people living with HIV, bacteria normally contained within intestinal lymph nodes are relocated to the blood stream. This process is a...
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