By David W. Siegel The disease is not new, but the number of MRSA cases has surged significantly in recent years.
The MRSA strain is now present in more than 200,000 people in the U.S. and many other developed countries.
In fact, the MRSA epidemic has had an impact on the economy, with more than 5,000 U.K. firms shutting down in the past five years.
And a recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the infection rate for MRSA has increased by 10% since 2014.
Here’s what you need to know about MRSA and the importance of treating your body.
What is MRSA?
MRSA is a common, highly contagious and easily transmitted disease caused by a strain of bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics.
The U.N. estimates that there are about 100,000 cases in the United States and other developed nations.
The CDC estimates there are at least 30,000 infections worldwide every year.
According to the World Health Organization, the U and Canada have the highest rates of MRSE, which is a group of infections related to the same bacteria, but with a different mechanism.
A typical MRSE case is about 0.1 milliliters (mL) in size and can be fatal.
In the United Kingdom, the CDC estimates that a typical MRSA case is a gram (g) in diameter and can kill one person in five.
But unlike other infections, MRSE can be treated successfully.
In addition to treating symptoms, the treatment also prevents the infection from spreading.
MRSE usually results in fever, chills, sore throat, cough and sore eyes, which usually don’t require antibiotics.
In cases of severe infection, you may have to have a catheter inserted in your bladder and have your bladder removed.
The symptoms typically last up to four weeks, and usually come and go without complications.
How is MRSE treated?
The most commonly used drugs to treat MRSE are cephalosporins and rifampicin.
These drugs can be effective for treating infections of the eyes, lungs and skin, but they don’t cure MRSE completely.
They do not stop it from spreading, and some of the drugs also can cause side effects like diarrhea and vomiting.
CephalOSacin, which was approved by the FDA in 2000, was the first to be approved for treating MRSE.
It was designed to treat only the eyes and the lungs, but because it targets the eyes only, it also has a lower success rate than other drugs that target the lungs.
This type of drug is more commonly used to treat the symptoms of MRSEA than the other two drugs, according to the FDA.
The rifabutin, also known as rifadin, has been approved for the treatment of MRASE but is less effective.
In its current form, the drug works by binding to certain proteins in the human MRSE bacteria.
This allows the drug to target and kill the MRSE bacterium.
The drug also has side effects that include stomach discomfort and nausea, and severe diarrhea and fever.
There are also newer drugs called carbapenemase inhibitors, which can help control MRSE but are not effective in treating MRSEA.
Another drug called clindamycin, which also targets the lungs and eyes, was approved for treatment of other types of MRSTA in 2012, but is now being phased out.
Other drugs like metronidazole and chloramphenicol are also being studied as potential treatment options.
And while a new treatment, called ciprofloxacin (or cipra), is in the works, this drug, which works by targeting a different type of MRS bacteria called C. difficile, is only effective for the eyes.
If you are suffering from MRSE or MRSA, it’s important to get tested for the disease before treatment, and if you develop MRSE while on treatment, you should seek immediate medical care.
How does MRSE spread?
MRSE is spread through close contact and through contact with others.
MRSA can live in your skin, your mouth and other surfaces.
When the infection is in your mouth, your immune system can attack the bacteria, which then spread to other parts of your body, causing more infections.
MRSEA can also spread from infected areas to other areas, and the spread of infection can be severe.
MRSTAs can also be transmitted by sharing surfaces with other people.
The Centers for Diseases Control and the National Institutes of Health report that nearly 10% of MRSAY infections in people with weakened immune systems spread from person to person.
The most common way for the bacteria to spread is through contact through surfaces, like the bathroom, the shower or a toilet.
When you share surfaces with someone else, the bacteria can spread to the rest of your family.
What are the symptoms?
MRSEA is a disease that can be caused by many different