Tuesday, May 6, 2008

MRSA Superbugs In Public Schools

MRSA superbugs have now escaped "into the wild" and invaded our public schools. Even as doctors and hospitals continue their rampant abuse of antibiotics and thereby encourage the breeding of yet more superbugs, they simultaneously refuse to even consider natural technologies that quite readily kill MRSA, such as colloidal silver.

MRSA was first identified in the United States in 1968. The staph bacteria, which occurs naturally on human skin and in nasal passages, can cause minor infections of the skin or other soft tissue if it enters an open wound.

In rare cases, however, the bacteria becomes "invasive," colonizing another part of the body. In these cases, the staph bacteria can infect the bloodstream, urinary tract, lungs or other organs and lead to potentially fatal complications, including pneumonia or the state of whole-body inflammation known as sepsis. Even in less severe cases, a staph infection can lead to skin necrosis and the development of painful abscesses.

MRSA now killing more Americans than AIDS. Read the entire article.

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