2 things: MRSA (need info) and ESET (wtf is this shit?)
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02/27/2015 08:10 PM
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10 years ago it was estimated that 30% of the population in the UK was carrying MRSA.
Staph Aureus is one of the bugs that lives on most people's skin.
So it is highly unlikely you will ever be able to rid yourself of carrying.
Over time your daughter will become symbiotic with it.
It's just the unfortunate side effect of wide spread antibiotics.
I do not recommend going to extremes like bleach or using antibiotics in a futile effort to rid yourself. You will most likely cause more harm than good, and especially in the case of antibiotics simply allow another (possibly more virulent bug) to take hold.
MRSA infections are generally less significant than regular staph aureus infections.
MRSA is also highly sensitive to UV light. Getting out into the sun on a regular basis is the best way of dealing with it.