"Moxley" trended as news spread that wrestler Jon Moxley won't be fighting against Kenny Omega at the "All Out" pay-per-view event on August 31 due to another case of MRSA.
Shipwreck was examined for the first time in 14 years by an international team of explorers.
"Due to the deodorizing effect the probiotics have on the body, it may reduce the amount of time you need to wash your clothes," says designer Rosie Broadhead.
Men looking for a natural alternative to Viagra are munching on lichen they find on the sidewalk. But botanists warn it's toxic.
According to an online poll of 2,000 men and women, 13 percent say they've worn the same pair for a week or more.
Not only does the reddish snow have a similar color to watermelon, but it also exhibits a somewhat sweet smell which partially resembles that of the real fruit.
Tests revealed he had become infected with a bacteria that causes a rare disease known as necrotizing fasciitis.
Experts stress this part of the body is able to clean itself, and "v-steaming" can increase the risk of infection.
One person has died from a Legionnaires' disease outbreak at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, as of Wednesday.
Blacktip sharks can grow up to eight feet long and nearly 300 pounds in weight.
Even a rise in temperature of a degree or two can can increase the number of one particular type of "flesh-eating" bacteria in ocean water, an expert told "Newsweek".
Marie Trainer from Stark County said it was "very hard to cope with."
George Billiris says he's thankful his 10-year-old grandson didn't catch the potentially deadly infection.
Scientists know the bacterium that causes Lyme disease has been out in the wild since long before any biological weapons research could have focused on it. And that's just for starters.
Mike O'Grady, who lives in Lecanto, Citrus County, became ill following a vacation to St. George Island in Apalachicola.
"I was a bawling mess in the room. I was like: 'I could be without a leg at 26,'" the woman said.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the white-food mouse, the primary carrier of Lyme disease.
The women who took part in the study followed a Mediterranean-style diet, by eating more nuts, extra virgin olive oil, fish, white meat and pulses; while cutting their levels of red meat, butter, margarine, and cream.
The bacteria, known as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, is found widely in the environment although infections usually occur in hospitals among people with weakened immune systems.
"The paleo diet could be having an adverse impact in terms of heart health," warned a scientist who carried out the research.
Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare, potentially fatal infection caused by several different types of bacteria.
Noelle Guastucci said it felt like someone had poured acid on her foot.
The technique could be one day used against bugs which carry malaria, the study co-uthor told Newswe
The man's wife has taken to social media to warn others about the dangers of potentially-fatal necrotizing fasciitis.
The salmonella bacteria can cause symptoms including diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, according to the CDC.
Cryptosporidium infection (cryptosporidiosis) is an illness caused by tiny, cryptosporidium parasites that live in water.
Chlamydia in koalas can lead to blindness, infertility and death. The disease is an important factor in the population declines that the species is experiencing.
"We would see resistance increase four or six-fold in just one generation," the lead researcher said. "We didn't have a clue that something like that could happen this fast."
The case follows the death of Sam Ballard, who recently died from rat lungworm after eating a garden slug for a dare at a party.
"She couldn't wait to get down here and retire", Lynn Fleming's daughter-in-law said.