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E Coli Bacteria: A Few Interesting Facts

  • E. Coli Be Helpful or Harmful Depending on the Strain
  • Hand Washing is the Number One Prevention Method for E. Coli Bacteria
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9 Responses to “E Coli Bacteria: A Few Interesting Facts”

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    shree Says:
    Actually i jus wanted to know how this E.coli enters our body.There is a considerable amount of E.coli even in an new born child.i would like to know about it.i would be happier if anyone replys me if he/she knows aboutt it. thanking you. shree
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    Amanda square Says:
    thanks i really needed this for a project and now i have my information. Thanks again! (:
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    Adam Says:
    E. coli is a fecal form of bacteria, and is mainly transmitted in fecal form or growing in the large intestine. Many forms of E. coli are not harful but instead helpful, and like sarah said, it would be quite difficult for E. coli to survive in your drinking water unless it was a type of "drug resistent" E. coli that can form in those types of environments but that is quite unlikely because of the chlorine in the water even though it is such scarse amounts. You will be fine, dont worry
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    Sarah Says:
    you don't hear that much about E. coli in the drinking water, because in the U.S. there is chlorine in the water systems which won't allow E. coli to survive.
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    tammy Says:
    i have some questions but cant find online about how to deal with e.coli in water ... if it still safe to wash dishes from the water and if washing clothes our town is in a panic about the finding of e.coli in the drinking water we know about boiling the water for drinking but i want more info please if someone can help thank you,tammy w.
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    Hannah Says:
    I think that it is helpful. i guess thats your opinion :)
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    lauren s. Says:
    THIS IS'T THAT HELPFUL!!!!! don't use it...
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    tommyah Says:
    thanks..neede this for a school project!..THANKS!
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    Joe Says:
    Thank you for stating that e. coli is not always a bad thing. Many people automatically hear e. coli and think that there is some epidemic going on when what is being mentioned is actually the natural strain that resides in the human body. I don't think a lot of people understand that there are numerous strains.