Nurses' Scrubs Carry Bacteria Through Hospitals, Study SaysOf the 40 nurses the study followed, new bacteria was found on their scrubs 19 times out of 120 shifts tested.
Hospitals Cut Healthcare-Associated Infections By HalfUnfortunately the bad news is that about 1 in 25 patients experience one of these infections every day.
Cringe-worthy Study Reveals Stethoscopes May Be Covered In BacteriaIt seems obvious now that it’s mentioned, but you’ve probably never considered the germs that could be congregating on the most rudimentary of medical tools.
Forcing Sick Employees To Go HomeCan your employer force you to go home if you’re sick?
Bucs' Banks Cleared To Play Against EaglesRookie cornerback Johnthan Banks, the third Tampa Bay player diagnosed with MRSA, has been cleared to play Sunday in the Buccaneers' game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Health: MRSA Infects Some Tampa Bay Buccaneers Players; Will Eagles Game Go On?Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on MRSA how it can be easily spread among athletes who are in close contact.
Report: Eagles Bucs Game Could Be Postponed Due To MRSA InfectionsThe NFLPA could advise that the Eagles and Bucs postpone their game Sunday pending an MRSA containment report, according to a report.
Safety Tips For Your Gym WorkoutFor those of you who belong to an indoor health club or are thinking about joining as the weather gets colder, I have a few tips for safe workouts.
All Clear Given At Bucks County High School After Staph Infection ScareA Lower Bucks County High School is assuring parents that it's safe for students to resume classes and other activities as normal on Monday after an outbreak of a common skin infection forced the school to cancel a varsity football game on Friday night.
School Officials Taking Case Of MRSA Seriously At Council Rock SouthAbout twenty players on the football team at Council Rock South high school in Holland, Bucks County are being treated for skin conditions, including one for MRSA.
Don't Be Anti-AntibioticsWhen antibiotics are necessary they should be used - but not overused when not required.
Health Watch: Frequent Use Of Antibiotic Ointments Could Be Linked To MRSAAntibiotic cream is something which many parents reach for all the time to treat cuts and scrapes, but research says it could cause a potentially dangerous drug resistant strain of the Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Staph Infection, also known as MRSA.