Is there MRSA in your milk?

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Cows could be feeding us more than milk and beef – they could also be responsible for a potential MRSA pandemic, according to a study from the American Society for Microbiology published in the journal mBio.

Infectious diseases often originate in animals and nature before being transmitted to humans. For example, the origin of the MERS-coronavirus was recently linked to bats and camels

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