3 Deadly Bacteria Living And breeding In Our Homes, In Our Food, In Our Water, And Even On Our Bodies.
Dr. Oz arms us today with life saving information to protect ourselves and our family in the war against deadly bacteria. Superbugs are bad bacteria that are deadly, rapidly multiplying and completely resistant to common antibiotics. Last year MERSA, the most lethal superbug of them all took almost 19,000 lives, and that number will only grow. These fatal pathogens can be found living right on your body. Experts believe that two million Americans are colonized with MERSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).
Dr. Oz The Deadly Bacteria MRSA Mersa skin infections are very contagious. The MRSA infection is spread by skin-to-skin contact with someone who has MRSA. You cannot spread the MRSA infection through the air. You can have contaminated surfaces or personal hygiene items that can spread the infection. Left untreated the MRSA spreads rapidly. MRSA infections can also lead to much more serious infections, including infections of the bloodstream (bacteremia and sepsis), bone infections and pneumonia. Staph skin infections, including MRSA, generally start as small red bumps that resemble pimples, boils or spider bites. These can quickly turn into deep, painful abscesses that require surgical draining. Sometimes the bacteria remain confined to the skin. But they can also penetrate into the body, causing potentially life-threatening infections in bones, joints, surgical wounds, the bloodstream, heart valves and lungs.
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E.Coli (Escherichia coli) E. coli is a fecal-borne bacteria that can grow in food and water after it contacts fecal matter. E. Coli 0157:H7, found in animal waste. Ground beef, which is often made from animal scraps and trimmings that come closest to where feces residue resides. E. coli can double in just 45 minutes, defrost your meat in the microwave, or in the refrigerator, not on your counter.
Symptoms of E. Coli is stomach pain, cramps, diarrhea (often with blood in the stool), vomiting.
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H. Pylori (Helicobacter pylori) known sources for the this bacteria in to the stomach through food and or water. H. Pylori dissolves the mucous lining of the stomach. This lining protects the stomach from the acid necessary to digestion.
Symptoms of H. Pylori are stomach pain, gas, bloating, indigestion, and hunger soon after eating.
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How To Fight Body Odor
Dr. Oz goes shows us how to fight body odors.
There are 3 main types of glands found on our human skin
1. Eccrine glands which secrete sweat through pores found in the palms of hands, soles of feet and forehead
2. Sebaceous glands which secrete oily sebum and are found on the chest, back, scalp, face and forehead
3. Apocrine glands which secrete sweat via canals along hair follicles in the underarms, pubic area, anus and nipple area
If you want to clear the air around you, you’ll need to pay a visit to the 5 most odorous places on the human body. The groin, the underarms, the feet, the mouth, and the scalp.
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