MRSA, or Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, has become a dangerous and vital safety issue globally in the sports world.

The CDC estimates that 1 out of 3 individuals are carriers of Staph, so the odds are that many athletes have the potential to spread this highly contagious bacterium. The primary entry for Staph bacteria is through a cut or abrasion, such as “Turf Burns.” Many of these bacteria and contaminants can be found not only in locker rooms, but on synthetic turf fields.


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MRSA: The Invisible Threat

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA,  is a bacteria that is resistant to many antibiotics. Contracted through direct contact with an infected wound or by sharing items that have touched infected skin, MRSA infection risks increase in activities that involve crowding, skin-to-skin contact, and shared equipment. This might include athletes, and daycare and school students.