Some ponds and lakes are off limits to swimming because of algae blooms or bacteria from animal waste, though a state expert said Tuesday that this year has seen an average number of beach closures.
The state of New Hampshire has posted some ponds and lakes off limits to swimming because of algae blooms or bacteria from animal waste.
The collaboration is aimed at targeting dangerous bacterial infections that don’t react to existing drugs.
Parts of Lake Quinsigamond have been closed to swimming and fishing over health concerns.
At least on of the public beaches in Ipswich have been shut down, just as a long stretch of oppressive heat is beginning.
Federal officials say they test the subway sensors by releasing dead bacteria called B-subtilis.
Experts are releasing their findings on research they did on the amount of germs found in public restrooms. And it’s pretty disgusting.
People trying to beat the heat at Revere Beach and two other popular North Shore beaches are being advised against swimming because of unusually high bacterial counts.
Several Martha’s Vineyard beaches have been shut down over bacteria concerns.
Higher-than-normal E. coli readings have led to the closure of two Massachusetts beaches.