New treatments are being used for skin infections

New treatments are being used for skin infections...due to the increase in methicillin-resistant Staph aureus (MRSA).

Over 60% of cases of community-acquired Staph are resistant to methicillin in parts of Alaska, California, Georgia, and Texas.

Staph infections often start from a cut or insect bite... but can develop into a boil or abscess.

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