Friday, February 27, 2009

Man Steals Ambulance That Comes to Help Him

LONDON (Reuters) – Bacteria found in people's spit does not vary much around the world, a surprising finding that could provide insights into how diet and cultural factors affect human health, researchers said Thursday.

Because the human body harbors 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells, scientists are trying to understand more about the bacteria we carry.

The human mouth is a major gateway for bacteria into the body and it contains a diverse array of microbial species. Yet scientists know little about this diversity and how it relates to diet, environment, health and disease, they added.

How odd, so does this mean I should spit more?

More on this reasearch---- HERE

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