I know we don't generally think of bacteria as being "good guys", and necessary for our lives.
I had no idea there were so many different ones "working for us".
Sort of related, but several years ago a caution was given about us being "too clean". For instance, the overuse of anti-microbial products to wash our hands killed the good ones that live on our skin and fight the bad ones, thus making the bad ones stronger over time.
I know of one patient we saw, a teen age boy, who developed a small infection at the base of each hair on his legs. He was taking so many showers, and was "too clean". Cutting down on the showers solved the problem.
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