Is it True? Can Alzheimer's Really Be Caused By a Fungus?
While this degenerative neurological disease previously had no cure, startling new evidence has arisen to indicate that it’s actually caused by a rogue fungus wreaking havoc on the brain.
How to Cure Skin Fungus From the Comfort of Your Own Home
Skin fungus is a common infection that is caused when certain fungal pathogens breed in moist or warm environments. Fungus usually grows in shoes, socks, public areas like swimming pools or gyms, and in showers.
A Rainbow Made Only From Mushrooms If You Look Right
The cup-fungus, Sarcoscypha coccinea (By Ryane Snow, Wikimedia Commons ) Also known as scarlet elf cup, scarlet elf cap, or the scarlet cup, this fungus is found all across the world. It was used by the Native Americans in folk medicine. 3.
Scientists Found a Mold That Can Break Down Plastic Waste
The Pakistani scientists found one such fungus, aspergillus tubingensis, capable of breaking down a common plastic polymer known as polyurethane.
What Do Brittle Nails Say About Your Health? Find Out!
Fungal infection A nail that appears thick, brittle and discolored (or yellowish) is damaged with fungus. This condition is more likely to appear on your toes than on your fingernails.
The Accidental Discovery of the World’s First Antibiotic
How Penicillin, the First Antibiotic, Was Discovered video, death, bacteria, medicine, infection, antibiotics, mold, fungus, sepsis, penicillin, open university Not too long ago, it was fairly common to die of the simplest of wounds due to bacterial infection. Penicillin changed everything.
Who Knew Mushrooms Could Be So Beautiful?
Leratiomyces ceres (Redlead Roundhead) White mycena Marasmius haematocephalus Mycena interrupta Luminous fungi (Mycena chlorophos) Hygrocybe anomala Red Cap Fungi Hairy mycena The Fascinating World of Mushrooms nature, beautiful, photography, baba recommends, mushrooms, fungus Photographer Steve Axford
Candida Infection: What is it and How Can I Treat it?
[related_articles] The candida fungus is actually beneficial to your health when it's found in normal levels in the body - it aids digestion and nutrient absorption.
7 Things Your Feet Might Be Trying To Tell You
Constant itching Apart from the constant itching and bad smell, foot fungus that isn’t treated in time can also cause nail damage and even increase the chances of foot infections. In addition, fungi have a tendency to attack and infect other parts of the body, which can only prolong treatment.
Fifteen Extraordinary Fungi You Never Knew About!
Bitter Oyster (Panellus stipticus) Panellus stipticus, commonly known as the bitter oyster, the astringent panus, the luminescent panellus, or the stiptic fungus, is a species of fungus in the family Mycenaceae, and the type species of the genus Panellus.
10 Ways You Can Treat Fungal Infections At Home!
This Is All You'll Ever Need to Know About Ringworm
The fungus that causes ringworm can linger on clothes, towels, surfaces, and in combs and brushes. • From soil. If you’re working or standing barefoot in soil that’s infected with the fungus that causes ringworm, you can get it, too. How Do I Know If I Have Ringworm?
When Modern Medicine Fails, These Remedies Will Work
Keep nail fungus at bay It can take months for even prescriptions of nail fungus creams and medications to work. In the meantime, you can stop the fungus from spreading by applying apple cider vinegar or some tea tree oil. 2.
Are Your Risking Your Health by Using a Dishwasher?
Your dishwasher might get those plates spotless, but it’s probably also teeming with bacteria and fungus, a new study has revealed.
Should You Worry About the White Spots on Your Nails?
Fungus Among the first signs of the common nail fungus called White Superficial Onychomycosis are small white dots on the nails (usually the toenails). In more severe cases, whiteness and thickening can spread to the entire nail.
This is How Often You Should Change Your Bed Sheets
[related_articles] However, Philip Tierno, a microbiologist from New York University, states that your sheets should be changed once a week as the bacteria and fungus that will start to form in every small fold can make you ill, should they be left to linger.
10 Bodily Itches That You REALLY Shouldn't Scratch!
Dandruff Dandruff is caused by a fungus called malassezia, which actually lives in everyone’s scalp, but causes irritation and excess skin cell growth in those who develop dandruff. What’s more is that dandruff can itch really badly.
Tea Tree Oil: a Pantry Essential You Didn’t Know You Need
It was shown to at least partially or fully treat nail fungus in 6 months in 60% of the participants in one study , and another study showed that 72% of participants with athlete’s foot benefited from applying tea tree oil.
These 10 New Species Were Only Discovered in 2018!
This organism isn’t a plant, an animal or a fungus but a eukaryote. It uses its whip-like flagella to move and to harpoon its prey, which just so happens to be other smaller protists. 2. Dinizia jueirana-facão (Atlantic Forest Tree) Gwilym P.
WATCH Sparkling Glow-Worms Turn a Gloomy Cave into Art
This time-lapse video was created over many nights, so that we too can see the sparkling star-like glory of nature’s most beautiful of fungus gnats, known scientifically as arachnocampa luminosa. Who says you need a passport to witness the great wonders of New Zealand?!
20 Peculiar Microscope Photos That You Really Must See
Teresa Zgoda Fungus growing on a tomato. Dean Lerman Lily pollen spores. Dr. David A. Johnston Embryonic chick brain which has been colored using the "brainbow" genetic technique. Dr.
Add Apple Cider Vinegar to a Bath and Reap These Benefits
It helps fight fungus Apple cider helps clear quite a few skin conditions - fungus being one of them. It helps treat bacteria that likes to settle on your skin.
Vicks Has So Many Different Uses. Here Are 8 of Them!
Nail Fungus Many of the compounds that make up Vicks VapoRub are anti-fungal and, as a result, it can prevent the growth of fungus on your nails. Simply apply it to your nails and let it get to work. 4.
11 Things Bleach Can Do For You. #5 is Especially Helpful!
This will destroy any bacteria and fungus in the water and allow your plants to flourish, as well as prevent water and algae stains in the vase. Be careful not to add more than ¼ teaspoon to 1 cup of water. 4.