Antibacterial book created from nanoparticles of silver and copper cleans water in UNDER-DEVELOPED They say you mustn’t judge a publication by its cover . However, in the Third World, where clean normal water is hard to come by often, the only way to guage a revolutionary new ‘drinkable reserve’ is by the effectiveness of its cover and pages. A nanoparticle-infused novel of sorts may be the latest approach becoming undertaken by do-gooders throughout Africa who aim to create a safe, simple method for the less fortunate to purify normal water with no need for chemicals. It’s a simple process. The web pages of the drinkable book are covered with nanoparticles of silver and copper specially, both which are known antibacterials.

Copyright 2009 Advisory Panel Kaiser and Company Family members Foundation. All rights reserved.. Antibiotic used to take care of trachoma reduces child mortality in Ethiopia, study finds The antibiotic used to take care of trachoma, the world’s leading preventable reason behind blindness, could also protect children living in Ethiopia from death from of other diseases, according to a recently available study, the Associated Press reports. Based on the news services, [t]he trachoma plan of the Carter Middle, founded by previous President Jimmy Carter and previous first lady Rosalynn Carter, applied the procedure and hosted the research . We’ve known for twenty years that we can easily prevent trachoma and the excruciating pain and blindness it causes.