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Addendum to Leg ulcer getting worse but treatment is still primitive…

Checking the circulation in my leg is likely to be futile.

I do have circulation problems, but they originate in my heart, not my leg. I have heart failure, that’s a given even if the cause is uncertain. 623 more words

MRSA is No Joke

How ironic that only two posts ago I discussed superbugs and their potential implications for our medically fragile girl. Grace was admitted to the hospital again two days before we left for our vacation. 508 more words

New York Outlaws MRSA

ALBANY, NY – NY Legislators recently passed a new law that outlaws MRSA in the state of New York. This new law will make it illegal for one to have MRSA anywhere on their body. 29 more words

New York Outlaws MRSA

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New York Outlaws MRSA

ALBANY, NY – NY Legislators recently passed a new law that outlaws MRSA in the state of New York. This new law will make it illegal for one to have MRSA anywhere on their body. 35 more words

Could ants wipe out MRSA?

Colony of insects help scientists develop new strains of antibiotics in fight against superbugs

Source: MailOnline, by Lizzie Parry

A colony of ants could help scientists develop a new strain of antibiotics to help fight the growing global menace of resistant superbugs. 176 more words

Health

Tuberculosis, diseases spreading at immigration camps

“The amount of tuberculosis is astonishing,” one health care provider told me. “The nurses are telling us the kids are really sick. The tuberculosis is definitely there.””The nurses are telling us the kids are really sick,” the source told me. 112 more words

Innovation is key to bacterial resistance – and defeating it

Innovation is at the heart of any successful, competitive company agenda.  It is also a defining characteristic of successful organisms.  One of the great innovators of the bacterial world is… 619 more words

Antibiotic Resistance