| | Re: How do good bacteria in our body prevent bad bacteria?
No I do....but plants require soil, which requires water, and everyone knows that collected water gives birth to bacteria...although UV rays kills all of them...but on a snowy season(since they are inside...they will survive) They are bad for me.
Also, If my eyes, mouth, ears, penis, and nose(all the opening in body-wounds as well I guess but they are conditional) have bacterial colony which stops bacterias from developing...is it good for me to brush and wash those parts?(I mean animals don't brush...but they don't get any dental problems...do they?)
And finally, I guess I understand I can't runaway from airborne bacteria...but I can avoid being at places that might have bad airborne bacterias(fungus, mold, etc.) Which is why I was asking what normally causes those....b/c not all of them stink....(like being around a sick person) Which is why I would like to understand in more detail how rotten food actually affects us.(if one doesn't care about taste)
Last edited by Skhandelwal; 02-07-2009 at 05:48 PM.