Press Releases for Staph Infection Resources and Embrace Health Inc.
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Embrace Health Inc. Announces Educational Series on MRSA Staph Infections
“In effort to build awareness and decrease the spread of MRSA Infections, Embrace Health Inc. releases their first free educational report https://www.staph-infection-resources.com/info/contagious/ detailing just how contagious MRSA is. Being the first of many, this report starts with the basic premise of prevention in mind.
Port Townsend, Washington (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
In effort to increase awareness and help prevent the continued spread of MRSA Staph Infections across the globe, health education company Embrace Health Inc. has released a complimentary report to the general public entitled “Is MRSA Contagious; How to protect yourself from MRSA Staph Infections and prevent spreading this superbug to others”.
This report addresses some of the most common questions people have when they are first introduced to MRSA Staph either through a friend, family member or other resource. And it’s release “is long overdue” according to author, Michelle Moore.
Moore says “we’ve conducted extensive research over the last 4 years on this subject and were not shocked to discover after looking at the trending reports for that period that there has been an obvious increase in online chatter about the subject over this time.”
Moore adds, “in fact, right now, there are an estimated 1.2 million global searches per month in Google on the question “What is MRSA”; that’s a large number of searches indicating the people are uninformed about this potentially life threatening bacteria and we want to be there to respond to them.“
“If uneducated on the topic, one might consider an epidemic of sorts. One might also conclude this if they had seen recent news that MRSA Hospitalizations in academic medical centers have exceeded those of HIV and common FLU from 2006 to 2008”.
Moore goes on to say, “while MRSA has been touted the bacteria of the decade, a study recently published in the Journal of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology found that the disease has more than doubled in academic medical centers over a 5 year period, from 21 infections per 1,000 people to 42 per 1,000, we certainly do see these increases as cause for concern but not at alarming rates at this time.”
To continue reading: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/10/prweb9995355.htm
From PRWeb.com, June 12, 2012
Life Threatening Infection; Summer Prevention Tips
30% of Americans are now carriers of this potentially life threatening infection. These summer travel, summer safety tips from Embrace Health Inc. can help you prevent the spread and contraction of MRSA. Please review and share with loved ones for a healthy summer in 2012.
Port Townsend, Washington (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Just in time for summer, Embrace Health Inc. releases an informative info-graphic to build public awareness about the risks of contracting MRSA and CA-MRSA while traveling for vacation. More important, this graphic is geared towards prevention.
First, what is MRSA? Once known as contracted only through hospitals from other patients or during surgeries, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a form of Staph Infection that is:
1) Resistant to most antibiotics used to treat Staph Infections
2) Rapidly spreading in community settings
3) Is frequently listed among the top 5 deadliest skin infections over a recent sample selection of nearly 733,000 websites.
This skin infection is not to be taken lightly. In their studies, Embrace Health Inc. (founders of https://www.staph-infection-resources.com) has found that 30% of Americans are carriers of the Staph bacteria already. Some may never be infected, but they can pass this on and infect others.
Those who are affected worst find their battle with MRSA is a tough one.
In some cases, what starts out looking like a spider bite can quickly turn into a deadly Flesh Eating infection. While it’s certainly not the norm, it has also been reported that some people have to amputate body parts to stop this horrid infection all together; others have lost the battle and lost their lives to this Staph Infection as well.
MRSA Sufferers are devastated by its brutality to say the very least. But there are steps you can take to help prevent it, and there are treatment options.
Due to its resistant nature, standard antibiotics aren’t effective enough as a stand-alone MRSA Treatment. However, natural remedies and alternative medicine have proven to be an outstanding asset when combined with antibiotics. Prevention is always the best medicine.
This is not a hospital-only infection anymore! We now know that the risk of catching a Staph Infection can be minimized with awareness and proper sanitization.
The info-graphic on MRSA Prevention and summer safety tips seen here https://www.staph-infection-resources.com/prevention/summer-safety-tips/ shows where you might come in contact with Staph bacteria during your summer travels and how easy it is to spread on surfaces and even through the air.
This info-graphic also teaches readers how to pack smart before heading out, what to look out for and how to respond to the risks without being a germaphobe.
To continue reading: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9594025.htm
From PRWeb.com, April 14, 2009
MRSA and Staph Infections on the Rise: Microbiologist Publishes MRSA Infection Recovery Guide Book
Fort Collins, CO (Vocus/PRWEB) April 14, 2009 — Embrace Health, Inc. announced today that the Staph and MRSA infection recovery guide book MRSA Secrets Revealed is now available. Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is an ever-growing problem and according to the CDC, the super bug infection MRSA is responsible for more than 19,000 deaths each year. The book is an informational resource for the prevention and recovery from both MRSA infections and Staph infections. This book is available at the company’s website www.Staph-Infection-Resources.com.
MRSA infections, usually pronounced as “mersa”, are a specific type of bacterial Staphylococcus aureus infection, pronounced as “staff infection”. Staph aureus infections, and especially MRSA infections (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus), are becoming increasingly difficult to treat because of the growing problem of antibiotic resistance. Many bacteria, including Staph aureus, quickly learn how to resist and become immune to antibiotic drugs.
Even newer specialized last resort antibiotics are becoming ineffective against new strains of MRSA.
Alternative methods widely used by European medical doctors are much less vulnerable to the problems of antibiotic resistance and have fewer side effects than antibiotic drugs. Alternative Staph infection treatments also have a long record of safety and efficacy. However, alternative methods are not taught in Western medical schools and most doctors therefore do not know about, understand or use these methods for the treatment of MRSA.
“The most common problem people have with Staph and MRSA is recurring infections. The growing inability of mainstream medicine to successfully treat Staph and MRSA is a source frustration, disappointment, fear, and even despair for hundreds of thousands of people suffering from these potentially deadly infections”
-Microbiologist and MRSA Researcher Michelle Moore
To continue reading: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2009/04/prweb2322084.htm
From PRWeb.com, April 30, 2009
Oprah Reports on Deadly MRSA Superbug Infections; Microbiologist Publishes Superbug Survival Guide
Embrace Health, Inc. has launched a Superbug Survival Guide to help people prevent and avoid superbug infections. Written by Microbiologist and Staph bacteria researcher Michelle Moore, this guide book addresses prevention measures for MRSA and other super bug infections. The Superbug Survival Guide is available in electronic format through the company website.
Fort Collins, CO (Vocus/PRWEB) April 30, 2009 — Embrace Health, Inc. announced today that the super bug prevention guide book Superbug Survival Guide is now available. Superbug infections are resistant to many types of antibiotics and are a growing problem no longer confined to hospitals. Superbug infections such as MRSA are infecting more and more healthy people in community settings. Important steps can be taken to prevent superbug infections and minimize contact with these dangerous strains of bacteria. The Superbug Survival Guide is available at the company’s website.
MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and other contagious superbug bacteria are reported frequently in the media as these dangerous infections continue to spread in the U.S. and around the world. The April 28, 2009 episode of the Oprah Show featured the growing problem of MRSA and other superbugs. Oprah, with the help of Dr. Mehmet Oz M.D., also revealed the dangers of flesh eating bacteria (also called necrotizing fasciitis). NBA all-star Grant Hill, who contracted an MRSA infection in 2003, was also featured on the Oprah Show.
Drug resistant Staph infections like MRSA are the most common type of superbug. Staph and MRSA bacteria infect 1.2 million hospital patients each year according to a 2007 study by the Association for Professionals in Infection and Epidemiology (APIC). MRSA can now also be found in gyms, schools, locker rooms and homes.
Superbug infections are potentially deadly and are becoming increasingly difficult to treat because of the limited number of treatment options. MRSA superbug bacteria have learned how to resist and become immune to Methicillin and other antibiotic drugs. Despite the dangers and growing prevalence of superbugs, people can take specific steps to prevent infections and minimize the risks of encountering these contagious bacteria.
To continue reading: http://www.prweb.com/releases/mrsa/staphinfectionresources/prweb2373714.htm
The information in this press releases is not intended to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose disease or medical conditions, nor is it intended to prescribe forms of medical treatment. The author does not distribute medical advice and is not responsible for use or application of the information contained herein. Issues concerning health should be referred to qualified health care professionals. People who have health conditions, are pregnant, nursing, or have allergies, should consult a physician before beginning any health program.