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An Ancient Antibacterial Technique Might Hold the Key to Future Wound Treatment

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by Kristin Houser August 22, 2018 Health & Medicine NOT JUST SUPERFICIAL. Clay — it’s good for pottery, for tennis courts, and sometimes for your face. But it turns out at least one type of clay is good for something else: helping the body heal. According to a study by researchers from the Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University, Oregon blue clay can kill bacteria in wounds — even bacteria resistant to other forms of treatment. They published their research in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents. REMARKABLE CLAY. In lab-based tests, the researchers found that the Oregon blue clay killed off several types of bacteria that often...

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Death by a thousand cuts: how antibacterial clays kill JANUARY 25, 2016 ~ BETTY

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Death by a thousand cuts: how antibacterial clays kill

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Mud Cake' - A Delicacy Made With Mud in Poverty Stricken Haiti

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 , NDTV Food  |  Updated: July 28, 2016 12:57 IST

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Some Volcanic Clays Kill Bacteria

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Science in the News

Feb 21, 2016

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ASU scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria

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Robert Burnham

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