|Written by Kelly |
|Friday, 19 October 2007 09:15|
Six States Report MRSA Infections, At Least Three Youths Have Died
School districts in at least six states Thursday reported students infected with MRSA, a super strain of drug-resistant staphylococcus bacteria that is responsible for the deaths of at least three children.
Bacteria that killed Virginia teen found in other schools
Students at a high school in Virginia prepared Thursday for the funeral of a popular classmate, the victim of a deadly drug-resistant strain of bacteria that has turned up in schools across the country recently.
Cambodia Reported Facing An Epidemic of Dengue Fever
Cambodia is facing a nationwide epidemic of dengue fever, according to a report from the Cambodian Government press agency.
San Antonio Clinic Treats 300-500 Staph Infections A Month
A Texas MedClinic doctor said Wednesday that a deadly strain of staph infection called MRSA, believed to have killed a 17-year-old Virginia high school senior, is becoming increasing common in San Antonio.
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