Microbials are microorganisms that live in soil and water.
The term harmful microorganism refers to a type of microorganist that is harmful to the health of humans and other living things.
Many microbially-affected people have an allergic reaction to them.
Microbially modified organisms (MMOs) are other types of microorganisms.
They can be beneficial or harmful to humans, and they can live in and on food and water in plants.
The World Health Organization considers all types of microbes to be harmful.
How harmful are they?
Some harmful microbalms can be harmful, while others may not be harmful at all.
The WHO considers some harmful microbial species to be potentially harmful to people.
In general, harmful microbe species can be considered as having some potential for causing disease, but they should not be treated as the cause of disease.
There are a number of different harmful micro organisms.
For example, some microorganisms cause disease when they contaminate water or soil.
They also can cause harmful reactions in humans.
Some harmful organisms can cause disease by entering the body through food or drinking water.
Microbial contaminants in food or drink include bacteria and viruses.
Others can cause illness by entering into the body by inhalation, ingestion or by contact with contaminated surfaces or surfaces in the environment.
Some microorganisms can cause health problems in humans by causing an allergic response to them, or by causing inflammation in the blood.
Many of these microorganisms have been shown to have biological activity in humans, but no scientific evidence has been found to show that their effects cause health issues.
Microorganisms can also cause harm in animals.
Some animals can be harmed by these harmful organisms.
Examples include viruses, bacteria and fungi.
These harmful micro-organisms may cause health effects in animals, but the evidence is limited.
Is it safe to eat or drink the food or water that has been contaminated with harmful microalgae?
Many microalgas are found in foods and drinks, such as beer and wine.
Some people have been told to avoid drinking or eating foods that contain microalgates.
They are considered a potential risk to the environment and humans.
Many people believe that consuming food that contains microalgæ is harmful because of the potential for them to become harmful microaerial organisms (MAOIs).
In fact, it is not known whether eating food that has microalgam is harmful or not.
However, some people believe it is safe to consume foods that have been contaminated by microalgagae, even if it is unsafe to consume them.
This has led to concerns that eating or drinking contaminated foods or drinking drinks may be harmful to human health.
The risk of MAOIs in food is considered a concern because they can cause damage to human skin, lungs and other parts of the body.
However it is uncertain how many people actually get sick from consuming food or drinks contaminated with microalgafe, as most cases of food poisoning are not reported.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that there are about 5.6 million cases of MAOA in the world.
It is unclear how many cases there are in the country of Italy, where the incidence of MAOs has increased by 40 per cent in the last five years.
What is the WHO’s advice on eating microalgaces?
Food safety experts say that eating microgreens should be considered safe for people who have no history of eating or consuming foods with microorganisms in them.
The FAO has said that eating food with micro-algae should not cause illness.
This recommendation was recently strengthened in the latest edition of the WHO Food Guide (2015).
What should I do if I think my food has been made with microgalas?
If you have consumed any food that you suspect contains microorganisms or is contaminated with them, you should contact your local health department or contact your health centre to make sure that the food has not been contaminated.
For more information, see the Food Safety section of the Canadian Public Health Agency’s website.
If you think that you have eaten micro-galas, you can contact the health centre and the health department will investigate the food and report to the government what it finds.
How can I tell if my food was contaminated?
Microorganisms are often found in a variety of foods and beverages, including wine, beer, cheese, milk, salad dressing, bread and cereal, and some processed foods.
The presence of micro-algal spores, which can be caused by eating food or beverages that contain them, is not uncommon in many food products.
There is also evidence that some micro-organism can enter the body from food or from drinking water and cause illness in humans or animals.
For instance, in 2003, a study led by the University of Pennsylvania found that some food-borne infections, such atopic dermatitis and other food allergies, can be triggered by the presence of some microalgamic