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Mastitis is the inflammation of breast tissue. Staphylococcus aureus is the most common etiological organism responsible, but Staphylococcus epidermidis and streptococci are occasionally isolated as well.
New report focuses on inflammatory breast cancer

New report focuses on inflammatory breast cancer

Prescription only baby formula proposal

Prescription only baby formula proposal

Researchers reveal surface protein alteration mechanism of mycoplasma bacteria

Researchers reveal surface protein alteration mechanism of mycoplasma bacteria

Vitamin A and beta-carotene supplements unsafe for HIV-positive women

Vitamin A and beta-carotene supplements unsafe for HIV-positive women

Vitamin A may boost HIV excretion in breast milk: Study

Vitamin A may boost HIV excretion in breast milk: Study

Diagnosis errors have put patient health in danger: NPSA study

Diagnosis errors have put patient health in danger: NPSA study

Hanford Pharmaceuticals expands into new business areas

Hanford Pharmaceuticals expands into new business areas

Neogen announces first-quarter results of fiscal 2010

Neogen announces first-quarter results of fiscal 2010

Discovery of potential candidate protein for cancer vaccines

Discovery of potential candidate protein for cancer vaccines

New understanding on how probiotics can prevent disease

New understanding on how probiotics can prevent disease

New, more effective nisin antibiotics combat superbugs and food diseases

New, more effective nisin antibiotics combat superbugs and food diseases

Discovery of new way for bacteria to transfer toxic genes to unrelated bacterial species

Discovery of new way for bacteria to transfer toxic genes to unrelated bacterial species

Milk may help bacteria survive against low levels of antibiotics

Milk may help bacteria survive against low levels of antibiotics

MRSA breast infections controllable in nursing mothers, researchers find

MRSA breast infections controllable in nursing mothers, researchers find

Role of breastfeeding in preventing infant death, HIV infection in developing countries

Role of breastfeeding in preventing infant death, HIV infection in developing countries

Inflammatory breast cancer

Inflammatory breast cancer

Pregnancy does not harm chances of survival from cancer

Pregnancy does not harm chances of survival from cancer

Breastfeeding significantly reduces risk of HIV transmission from mother to child

Breastfeeding significantly reduces risk of HIV transmission from mother to child

Broken bones may reduce risk of ovarian cancer

Broken bones may reduce risk of ovarian cancer

Health risks of goat milk and derived products with regards to BSE/TSE

Health risks of goat milk and derived products with regards to BSE/TSE