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Community MRSA cases on the rise

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as MRSA, is typically associated with healthcare settings, affecting those who have been hospitalized or on a breathing machine for an extended amount of time, but the experts claim community-acquired cases are on the rise.

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Preventing the Spread of MRSA in NJ Schools [AUDIO]

Two high school students in Mercer County were hospitalized with MRSA infections over the past several weeks. The issue at Steinert High School allegedly started within the locker rooms, which have been thoroughly cleaned since.

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MRSA Hits Steinert High School in Hamilton

Hamilton Township officials in Mercer County have confirmed a handful of MRSA skin infections since the start of the school year.

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Christopher Furlong, Getty Images
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MRSA Comes To Wall Twp. School – But What Is It? [AUDIO]

The Wall Township Primary School in Monmouth County has been fully sterilized, following a MRSA infection.

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MRSA Case Reported At Wall School

The Wall Township School District has sent a letter out to parents and employees saying that the Primary School has one identified case of MRSA, which is an anti-biotic-resistant type of staph infection.

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