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Recent MRSA and Staph statistics and trends

Are MRSA infections on the rise, or are they beginning to decrease? Are MRSA and Staph more common in the elderly or in children?

Well, it depends…

To better understand the possible dangers of MRSA and Staph, it’s best to get a clear picture of the relevant statistics and trends. The answers to questions about MRSA and Staph statistics and specific facts about Staph depend on the context.
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MRSA cellulitis – a growing problem

Cellulitis is one of the most painful, quickly spreading and potentially deadly types of infections that can be caused by Staph or MRSA. Because these infections are becoming more common, it’s best to know what to look for and what to do if you think you have it. MRSA cellulitis can take a long time to get rid of. And like other types of MRSA and Staph, it is prone to recurring and can be difficult to treat.

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MRSA strikes another family member

This morning my cousin was diagnosed with a Mersa infection (more correctly known as MRSA). She likely got it from a recent hospital visit to see another family member. She had a small cut on her leg that hadn’t been getting better and she just got back from her doctor. Any break in your skin (a cut, scratch, scrape, etc) can provide easy entry for MRSA bacteria to get into your body.
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Stopping Staph and MRSA permanently

Staph and MRSA infections often recur over and over again and antibiotics do nothing to stop this recurring cycle. Even natural remedies, no matter how potent, are usually insufficient by themselves to stop MRSA and keep it from recurring too. The truth is, most people need a systematic method to get rid of MRSA and Staph for good.
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The first challenge people have with Staph and MRSA

Even though Staph and MRSA are on the rise, these infections are not usually household terms. In fact, most people have little or no knowledge of Staph and MRSA before they get infected. The first big challenge most infection sufferers have is understanding just what it is they’re dealing with.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of confusion, ignorance and many half-truths about Staph and MRSA. The internet can be hard to sort through and separate fact from myth. Even doctors and other medical professionals can be in the dark about proper diagnoses, treatment and prevention of these infections.
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The MRSA virus myth

The term MRSA virus gets used quite a bit to describe MRSA infections. Unfortunately, this term is not only inaccurate, it can also cause crucial misunderstandings about what MRSA is and how it’s treated.

Basically, MRSA is a bacteria, not a virus. Common examples of bacteria that can cause infections are MRSA, Staph, Strep., E. coli, Salmonella and C. difficile. Some of the most common viruses are hepatitis, herpes, HIV/AIDS, the flu and the common cold.
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Why MRSA testing is important

Bacterial culture Staph infection test - Photo credit: (c) iStockPhoto.com /Linde1

Almost every day I hear from someone afraid they might have MRSA or Staph because of the symptoms they have. Many people say they had never even heard of MRSA before they got sick. Unfortunately, many common Staph and MRSA symptoms are the same for other types of infections too.
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Medical Disclaimer: Michelle Moore is not a doctor or healthcare practitioner, but she is someone who overcame many health obstacles that traditional medicine could not solve. This information is based upon Michelle Moore’s scientific research, education and personal experience and it is for educational purposes only. Information in this web site has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

This information is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition. When choosing a healthcare provider do your own research to ensure they are right for you.

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