A New Superbug Strain Found in UK Milk Supply
As we were cooking Christmas dinner yesterday I said to my wife, "We have two and a half gallons of milk, let's use 'em up" Now I'm having second thoughts. A new strain of MRSA or (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) has been found in British milk. Reports say that a superbug is spreading through their livestock population and poses a growing threat to human health. MRSA is a bacterium, which may cause a highly antibiotic-resistant staph infection. The discovery comes from tests on 1,500 samples. YUK!
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