A Medieval Recipe Could Kill Hospital Superbugs. No, Really. 

Staph infections are one of the most pervasive and annoying bacterial infections faced by hospitals every year. It infects half a million people in the US every year, with symptoms ranging from skin infections to heart problems — and worse, some strains (commonly known as MRSA) have evolved to resist common antibiotics.

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One Response to A Medieval Recipe Could Kill Hospital Superbugs. No, Really. 

  1. Staph is so much more serious than people are lead to believe. It’s really cool that you shared this article with your readers, after I read it I actually researched the topic a little more because it was so interesting.

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