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The Clostridium difficile bacteria spreads when an infected person has a bowel movement, does not wash his hands, and touches a surface or another person, explains Drugs.com. The bacteria may be on surfaces such as the t... More »

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According to the Center for Disease Control, clostridium difficile can survive on a variety of surfaces and materials, including clothing. This means it has the potential to spread through laundry. Washing clothes using ... More »

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Clostridium difficile spreads through feces, food, objects and surfaces that have the bacteria, explains Mayo Clinic. It spreads when people do not practice proper hygiene, when they do not wash their hands or clean the ... More »

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Clostridium botulinum are bacteria responsible for serious food poisoning, says the U.S Department of Agriculture. The neurotoxin produced by C. botulinum is one of the most toxic chemical known to science, and ingesting... More »

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Some side effects of progesterone suppositories (or progesterone vaginal) include allergic reactions, as evidenced by hives; difficulty breathing and swelling in the face, throat or mouth; headache; numbness, especially ... More »

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The amount of time MRSA survives on an environmental surface varies, but the bacteria can live for up to nine weeks on the surface of a cotton towel. MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, an infect... More »

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