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A New Superbug Strain Found in UK Milk Supply

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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!
Get the complete story here and stay tuned to the news to find out if the tainted milk will or has made it’s way into the U.S. We’ll keep you up to date for sure.

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