Staphylococcal skin infections frequently start off as an innocent enough looking pimple or small red bump. Sometimes it can quickly become larger and more painful. A particularly worrisome staph infection is what is referred to as a MRSA infection. This stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus infection. What this means is that the bacteria is resistant to the antibiotic that was once typically used to treat it.

For more information regarding this type of infection, what to look for and when to see your healthcare provider, please see this helpful link:

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