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        <p><strong>Super bugs, MRSA, flesh eating bacteria, Staph, C.
diff and antibiotic resistant bacteria. </strong> These words have been
flying around the media lately, and they affect millions of people each
year.<br><br> <em>But what are they? What does it all mean? And what can
you do to protect yourself and your family from these infectious
bacteria?</em> <strong>As a Microbiologist and Health Advocate, I’d
like to share with you some potentially life-saving
information.</strong></p> <p><strong><br></strong></p> <h3><strong>Oprah
and Dr. Oz Report on Superbugs<br></strong></h3> <p>Oprah, with the help
of Dr. Mehmet Oz M.D., recently aired a show solely devoted to help
people understand more about the emergence of these superbug infections.
As Oprah and Dr. Oz discussed, superbugs have been seen in the news as
"flesh eating bacteria" (also called necrotizing fasciitis), MRSA (short
for the bacteria called Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus), C.
diff (the bacteria Clostridium difficile) and "Staph" (short for the
bacteria Staphylococcus). <br><br> Oprah also interviewed NBA all-star
Grant Hill, who got the <a rel="nofollow"
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2003.<br><br> <strong></strong></p> <h3><strong>Why are these Superbugs
Growing?</strong></h3> <p>As a Microbiologist, I'm all too familiar with
rise of antibiotic resistance and the ever growing MRSA and <a
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These superbug infections have unfortunately been largely created because
of the overuse and abuse of antibiotics. <br><br> <em>Ever been to your
doctor with a head cold and they prescribed antibiotics? </em>Antibiotics
do not work for viral infections (like the cold and flu), but often
doctors will prescribe them so we go home with medication and we "feel"
better because we have a bottle of pills. Antibiotics are also misused
and abused by the livestock industry. These and many more factors have
lead to this super bug rise that is taking lives every day. <br><br>
<strong></strong></p> <h3><strong>How to Protect Yourself Against Super
Bugs</strong></h3> <p>Superbugs are commonly contagious. Staph commonly
resides on the skin of 30% of all people. You can even be a carrier of
MRSA or Staph bacteria and not even know it. Washing your hands, keeping
wounds and cuts clean and covered, and not sharing personal items like
towels and razors with those who have superbug infections will help.
However, there is also airborne transmission of MRSA that is little
talked about, and hand washing and hygiene will not help.<br><br>
<strong></strong></p> <h3><strong>What Treatments Actually Work Against
These Superbugs?</strong></h3> <p>Because of the misuse and abuse of
antibiotics, many of these superbug bacteria have become resistant or
immune to the effects of many antibiotics. <strong>There are even some
superbugs that are immune to all antibiotics available right
now.</strong> While there are certainly antibiotics that still work for
most infections, people using antibiotics most often struggle with
recurring infections they can't get rid of.</p> <p><em>The growing
inability of mainstream medicine to successfully treat Staph and MRSA
super bug infections is a source frustration, disappointment, fear, and
even despair for hundreds of thousands of people suffering from these
potentially deadly infections.</em> - Microbiologist and Staph Researcher
Michelle Moore</p> <p>It is apparent that alternative solutions need to
be found so that people can protect themselves from these dangerous
infections. <strong>Even the CDC admits it's just a matter of time before
antibiotics fail completely.</strong> Fortunately, there are many natural
antimicrobials available that are very effective, and do not cause
antimicrobial resistance. Many of these have been used safely by European
doctors for decades. These plant and herb extracts are very safe and can
be extremely effective against these superbug infections.</p>
<h3><br></h3> <h3><strong>Microbiologist and Staph Researcher Publishes
MRSA Infection Recovery Guide Book</strong></h3> <p><strong>
</strong><em>MRSA Secrets Revealed</em> is the most comprehensive
publication on prevention and treatment of Staph and MRSA super bug
infections available today. <strong>This resource is backed by months of
research on what's been found to be effective for MRSA and Staph, and
includes my knowledge and education as a Microbiologist and Scientific
Researcher.</strong><br><br> I’ve included all of my research and
you’ll find out, in layman’s terms: traditional treatment methods and
a comprehensive listing of alternative treatment methods, background on
the major issues, how to best prevent Staph and MRSA and how to best work
with doctors to correctly diagnose these infections, so you can greatly
increase your chance of success.<br><br> Knowledge is power so arm
yourself with the tools and resources that are available to you right now
so you can be prepared to both prevent and effectively address these MRSA
and Staph superbug infections. Click here to get your copy now: <a
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