VEEINK Girls Bow Decor Mary Jane Flats

VEEINK Girls Bow Decor Mary Jane Flats


Looking for a stylish and affordable pair of flats? Check out VEEINK’s collection of girls bow decor Mary Jane flats! With a variety of colors and styles to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect pair for your little girl!

Veeinki’s Mary Jane flat shoes are a style you can mix and match, so you can match the bow or shoes to the outfit! Whether she’s wearing pants, shorts, dresses or dresses, they’re the perfect choice for girls!

Find styles in blue, black, white and more to get your little girl on the right track in fashion. Shop our collection of bow flats and try them on with the Mary Jane flat shoes for adorable, fashion-forward results. Girls bow flats are sure to be the hit of the outfit!A new study has found that a type of bacteria used as a probiotic could help combat drug-resistant tuberculosis. The new research published Thursday in Scientific Reports shows that an altered form of Streptococcus oralis was able to protect mice against tuberculosis more effectively than a common strain.

Experts note that it is much easier to prevent disease in the early stages, compared with the later stages when the disease is already present in the body. The study was designed to combat this by investigating a common probiotic strain known as Streptococcus oralis. The probiotic strain was chosen based on its ability to adhere to the upper-surface of lung cells.

Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial infection that affects the lungs. While the drug-resistant form of the disease still poses a threat to public health, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 9 million people worldwide were diagnosed with drug-resistant TB in 2015 alone.

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“Tuberculosis is a highly dangerous disease and current drugs are limited and often not working in cases of multidrug resistance,” coauthor of the research paper, Rachael M. Kucharski of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), told CBS News. “Although there are currently drugs in development, there is an urgent need for new medicines that could help prevent or treat patients.”

In the past scientists have investigated Streptococcus oralis as a potential vaccine, as the strain of bacteria is often found in the mouth and throat and has been shown to prevent oral infections. However, this research was the first to look at the bacterium itself preventing TB.

When studying the effectiveness of the different forms of bacteria, researchers observed that the type that had been altered, Streptococcus oralis, produced a protective compound that triggered the cells

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