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    "Mommy Bloggers are widespread, but nothing deserves the “ubiquitous” label more than bacteria." Driving into work this morning, I was listening to an interview inspired by Mother’s Day.  The radio hosts were talking to a Mommy Blogger (apologies for not recalling her name).  What amazed me was a statistic that was given indicatin

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      BACTERIA SEWAGE - Bacteria sewage look beautiful under a microscope, but not so pretty in your gut.

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