Oprah Reports on Deadly MRSA Superbug Infections; Microbiologist Publishes Superbug Survival Guide

Embrace Health, Inc. has launched a Superbug Survival Guide to help people prevent and avoid superbug infections. Written by Microbiologist and Staph bacteria researcher Michelle Moore, this guide book addresses prevention measures for MRSA and other super bug infections. The Superbug Survival Guide is available in electronic format through the company website.

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Staph Infection Resources

Fort Collins, CO (Vocus) April 30, 2009

Embrace Health, Inc. announced today that the super bug prevention guide book Superbug Survival Guide is now available. Superbug infections are resistant to many types of antibiotics and are a growing problem no longer confined to hospitals. Superbug infections such as MRSA are infecting more and more healthy people in community settings. Important steps can be taken to prevent superbug infections and minimize contact with these dangerous strains of bacteria. The Superbug Survival Guide is available at the company’s website http://www.Staph-Infection-Resources.com/superbug-survival-guide.html.

MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and other contagious superbug bacteria are reported frequently in the media as these dangerous infections continue to spread in the U.S. and around the world. The April 28, 2009 episode of the Oprah Show featured the growing problem of MRSA and other superbugs. Oprah, with the help of Dr. Mehmet Oz M.D., also revealed the dangers of flesh eating bacteria (also called necrotizing fasciitis). NBA all-star Grant Hill, who contracted an MRSA infection in 2003, was also featured on the Oprah Show.

Drug resistant Staph infections like MRSA are the most common type of superbug. Staph and MRSA bacteria infect 1.2 million hospital patients each year according to a 2007 study by the Association for Professionals in Infection and Epidemiology (APIC). MRSA can now also be found in gyms, schools, locker rooms and homes.

Superbug infections are potentially deadly and are becoming increasingly difficult to treat because of the limited number of treatment options. MRSA superbug bacteria have learned how to resist and become immune to Methicillin and other antibiotic drugs. Despite the dangers and growing prevalence of superbugs, people can take specific steps to prevent infections and minimize the risks of encountering these contagious bacteria.

Written by Microbiologist and Staph bacteria researcher Michelle Moore, the Superbug Survival Guide lists dozens of steps to prevent MRSA and other superbug infections. The guide book focuses on MRSA and details a variety of increased risk activities and how to limit exposure to these superbug bacteria. Additionally, the Superbug Survival Guide provides a comprehensive review of all available infection treatment options.

For additional information on superbugs, MRSA infections and their prevention and treatment, visit the company’s website at http://www.Staph-Infection-Resources.com. The Superbug Recovery Guide and other informational resources on MRSA are also available from the company’s website.

About Embrace Health, Inc.:
Embrace Health, Inc. was co-founded by Microbiologist and Staph bacteria researcher Michelle Moore and specializes in informational resources for the prevention and recovery from MRSA and Staph infections.

Contact:
Michelle Moore, Co-Owner and Vice President
Embrace Health, Inc.
888-660-8944
http://www.Staph-Infection-Resources.com

The information in this press release is not intended to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose disease or medical conditions, nor is it intended to prescribe forms of medical treatment. The author does not distribute medical advice and is not responsible for use or application of the information contained herein. Issues concerning health should be referred to qualified health care professionals. People who have health conditions, are pregnant, nursing, or have allergies, should consult a physician before beginning any health program.

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