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Professional Sports Prepare Game Plans For MRSA Superbug

By Joe Brown On February - 21 - 2010

The residual symptoms of being blind-sided on a corner blitz usually subside after some aspirin and a few days rest. At the very moment of impact, it plays like a symphony of grunts and cracking pads.


Sure it’s painful but football players are trained to be tough and play through pain. They shake it off, make it to the huddle and call the next play.


Usually the worst physical damage that could’ve occurred—besides the normal bumps and bruises—are torn muscles and ligaments, a concussion or maybe a broken bone.


So why is one possible outcome that happens on the same play causing the most danger never seen, heard, or even felt? 


Because this attacker is a microscopic bacterium from the incre...

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