Study Finds MRSA, Other Deadly Bacteria Common on Some Beaches
“It is possible that this might be a source of some of those community infections. We have found stapholoreus growing happily out here”
By Jeff Burnside WTVJ/NBC News Channel MIAMI, FL -- Antibiotic resistant MRSA and other infectious bacteria are increasingly finding their way into hospitals, often with deadly results. via WTLV
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#1 Apr 4, 2008
Beaches often have human sewage boat waste washback from normal daily sea tidal action. Cut on your bare foot in summer ,a walk on the sandy damp flats...bingo you got it! Staph..
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