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MRSA: Is Antibiotic Resistant Staph Lurking At Your Gym? by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 3:21pm 1 Comment MRSA, or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, killed more people last year than the AIDS virus. Find out the symptoms and treatment of MRSA infection and how to protect yourself at the gym from this “super bug.” It’s silent, invisible and potentially deadly. And it could be hiding out at your gym, health club or local fitness center ... Read on »
Staph Infections (MRSA): What You Do to Prevent Them by Alice C. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:59am Hi All! I saw another article regarding this topic so I thought I might as well weigh in on it. There is a lot of talk about MRSA infections or antibiotic resistant staph infection. This is sometimes referred to as a Super Bug. There are only a couple of antibiotics that will kill it and those are pretty powerful drugs. So, how did it get ... Read on »
Watch out: What to look for with Staph skin infections/MRSA by Denise and Alan F. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:30pm Does your child have a skin lesion that looks like an infected bug bite or spider bite? Odds are good that it’s really a bacterial skin infection caused by a bug called Staph (MRSA). What makes this particular strain of Staph so annoying is that it resists being killed off my many types of antibiotics. And, the skin infection can spread to the ... Read on »
Staph Aureus and MRSA by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:33am Where Does it Come From? Staph Aureus Skin or nasal mucus membranes of healthy individuals. Can be spread by person-to-person contact, or by coming into contact with a source of contamination. It is the most common “bug” that people acquire as hospital in-patients. MRSA Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus. It is a form of Staph ... Read on »
MRSA, other Staph Infections: No... by Trisha Torrey Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 11:31am MRSA, other Staph Infections: Nothing New Here! Posted by Trisha Torrey1 comment » Read on »
New antibiotic most effective against MRSA and Staph bacteria by 1888PressRelease Posted Tue 16 Apr 2013 7:42am 1888PressRelease - Tetracycline-ABC is a new antibiotic that can kill a broad range of drug-resistant bacteria -- most effective against MRSA and Staph bacteria. Phoenix-Mesa, AZ - A new broad spectrum antibiotic is capable of killing bacteria that have gained resistance to many of the current classes of antibiotics. The new antibiotic i ... Read on »
Decon Shield something good comes from US Military testing, that stops C.diff, MRSA, G.staph! by sammyB Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 5:25am 1 Comment Came across this tucked away in a EPA Homeland Security Manual. This product was originally test against weapons grade anthrax when the anthrax mailings were happening.   After 8 years of research , development and rigorous US Government testing   Decon Shield is now approved   and listed by   the EPA for use as a commercial decontaminant. Decon ... Read on »
MRSA eradication-What we did. by Feeding problems Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:39pm I am moving along from birthday proceedings due to a huge amount of reader questions regarding Sophie's MRSA eradication treatment. Rather than answer everyone individually as I really don't have the time currently, I thought I would just do a blog post outlining exactly what we did. Hope that is okay? Firstly I must stress that Sophie's cu ... Read on »
'Superbug' MRSA Making a Retreat in Communities by HealthFinder Posted Tue 03 Jul 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Large study also found drop in serious MRSA blood-system infections. By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
MRSA by Nathan L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:32pm We found out today that MRSA (you can pronounce it as "mersa" if you want to) has been discovered on Gwyneth 's nose. They are very sure that she is not infected, but that it is simply on her body. MRSA is one of the hospital bugs that floats around...often known as "staph". This is nothing to panic about ....it's very common among hospi ... Read on »