Salmonella infection can easily become the cause of people's health, but it's the bacteriological manifestation that causes them to become particularly vulnerable.
A drug-resistant strain of Salmonella is at the center The United States as well as Mexico has published a report on the Centers for Disease Control. A slow-growing outbreak of the bacteria has been confirmed in over 250 confirmed cases of illness and 60 hospitalizations.
The CDC report explains the strain was first identified in late 2018 as being multidrug-resistant , and the bacteria did not respond as expected to azithromycin, a commonly-prescribed antibiotic. This is particularly noteworthy because of the fact that it has been widely used in the study of health economics in the United States.
of bacteria from 32 US states, and that nearly helped.
The CDC first stumbled upon this new strain of bacteria almost by accident. Health officials had been investigating a separate Salmonella outbreak in U.S. Pat. Ground beef when they have a separate strain of the bacteria.
Health experts have long feared the rise of so-called "superbugs" which are essentially drug-resistant versions of existing viruses and bacteria.
The CDC offers the following advice to keep yourself safe from bacteria, both "Super" and not:
To prevent infection, consumers should avoid eating soft cheese that could be made with unpasteurized milk, and when they are ready to be cooked: 145 ° F (62.8 ° C) C) for steaks and roasts followed by a 3-minute rest time, and 160 ° F (71.1 ° C) for ground beef or hamburgers.