(HealthDay News) — A staph infection is caused by bacteria commonly found on the skin or in the nose. Though usually minor, staph infections can become deadly if the germs invade the bloodstream or bones, says Mayo Clinic.
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MRSA describes a specific type of bacteria that are resistant to certain antibiotics. See Answer Original Article