Don't worry, microbes floating in the air generally do not affect us. It is rare that they will make you sick. In fact, microbes help make the oxygen that we breathe!
Microbes you pick up in the bathroom can be harmful, so he’s scrubbing up before chowing down.
Good thing she has cleaned and bandaged her knees! That way, harmful microbes can't get into her body and cause an infection.
Who knew microbes could make something so yummy and healthy? People also use bacteria to help make other foods like cheese, chocolate, and sourdough bread.
You’re not just eating for one — you’re eating for trillions! The food you eat feed different kinds of gut microbes. Fibrous foods, like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, will nurture the bacteria that keep us healthy.
Good thing this burger is being cooked. Otherwise he would be serving a bacteria burger!
These microbes rid our oceans of harmful things like oil spills.
Water has lots of microbes in it. Some of them carry disease. diseases.The water is treated so that it's not harmful to drink, but the types of microbes that remain don't have a particular benefit to you.
These microbes recycle everything that dies to make soil and replenish nutrients so that new plants can grow.
There are more bacteria living in your gut than the total number of people who have ever lived! They help us digest food that we otherwise can't digest, and squeeze out extra nutrients.
Plaque is a thin, sticky layer made of billions of bacteria. It blocks saliva and allows bacteria to make holes in your teeth called cavities!
These microbes help us reuse our organic food waste. The principal, Ms. Sanchez, puts compost on the school's garden to help the vegetables grow.