Monthly Archives: October 2007

10 Steps to Prevent MRSA in Schools

These are courtesy of my dear friends at RID: 1. Encourage students to clean their hands frequently   2. Parents, tuck a small container of hand sanitizer in your child’s book bag, if your child is mature enough to use … Continue reading

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I get email from different people nearly every day with questions, comments and stories of their individual MRSA experiences, and have since beginning MRSA Resources nearly 3 years ago. This is a story I received a couple of weeks ago: … Continue reading

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The Spark That Unleashed the MRSA Fire

Sadly, the catalyst for letting this MRSA problem out of the closet was the death of a Staunton River High School (VA) student, Ashton Bonds. My heart goes out to Ashton’s family.

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MRSA Finally Breaks Through The Thick Skulls…

…Of those people trying to keep this problem (maybe I can safely say epidemic now??) swept under the rug. It was only a matter of time. If the flurry of traffic and comments here at MRSA Notes and over at … Continue reading

Posted in Awareness, CA-MRSA, HA-MRSA, MRSA, MRSA in the U.S., PR & Media, Texas | 27 Comments