Not all bacteria is considered bad bacteria...
The human skin microbiome is very individual, from person to person and even more so from body zone to body zone (eg forehead and forearm). The word microbiome was coined by Joshua Lederberg in 2001. He signified the ecological community of commensal, symbiotic and pathogenic organisms that share our body space. Although technically the human microbiome was defined as the complete genome (an organism’s complete set of DNA including the genes) of all microorganisms in and on the human body, the term is now usually used synonymously to refer to the community of all microorganisms in this habitat. Normally, when people think of bacteria in the body, they think of pathogens. That's why research focused on these harmful bacteria for a long time and ignored the “good bugs".
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