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Drug-resistant staph bacteria prevalence higher in young children living with hog workers

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) Young children who reside with adults who work on large industrial hog operations in rural North Carolina had a higher prevalence of antibiotic-resistant in their nasal passages than children who live with adults who live in the same community but do not work on such operations, a new study suggests.
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