If your blood type is A, you’re more likely to get stomach-based ailments when visiting developing countries than people with other blood types.
Gut bacteria not only help digest food, they also signal to our brain that we've eaten enough.
Bacteria may soon be leading the charge of high-energy biofuel.
Iron can be used by our body for good or bad, depending on which cells get a hold of it.
Scientists harness the power of viruses to fight off deadly bacterial infections.
Though you may think you love caffeine, you're no match for this custom-built E. coli strain.
Did you know we might be born with our own gut bacteria?
What's five times as strong as steel, twice as tough as Kevlar, and can be stretched over thirty percent in length without breaking?
Come to find out, bacteria is not all that bad. In fact, it's quite necessary for human life to thrive.
There could be a molecular solution to treating cholera---a disease that affects millions of people around the world.