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« on: May 13, 2008, 06:46:47 am »

Clostridium Difficile has now surpassed two other common hospital infections -- MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) and VRE (vancomycin-resistant enterococcus).

http://thespec.com/News/Local/article/353528

This is a problem being experienced by elderly patients admitted to hospitals world wide. In the UK it is responsible for one death every hour. It contributes to the deaths of four times as many people as MRSA. It is being called a SUPERBUG.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/7361150.stm

Another superbug is cause for typhoid (spotted fever) and ironically, if one looks in the dictionary between typhoid and typhus there will be found the word, typhoon. In many ways the affects of C. Difficile are just as catastrophic as these deadly formed wind storms also known as hurricanes and cyclones. Try to find either Clostridium or Difficile in the common dictionary and you'll be at a loss for words, C. Diff. is a scientific term that I believe closely resembles Crap Ridding Difficulty or Colon Difficulty. This is probably how and where our bodies try to dispose of the bacteria (through waste excretion) and consequently where the bug thrives. Because of the battle it wages in our gut and entrails, our uptake of water and nutrients is diminished and we will become lethargic.

I am not a medical professional and cannot cure diseases or infections. I can however assure people that these kinds of superbugs, in the ranks with HN51 Bird Flu, SARS and their ilk, are being battled daily, by the dedicated men and women in the health care industry. It is not their fault these microscopic hooligans find their way into our hospitals and clinics. These nasty nano-scum hang out on the skin of healthy people and even animals we come into contact with every day. This particular bug has been around since the days of the dinosaurs, the problem is that the bugs are mutating and multiplying in biblical proportions much like wind storms and waves. We often have little warning and defense against such mega-storm movements across the globe when they arrive in their elemental force of an ill manifest nature. It is our environment and it is not just going to go away with a new designer pill, stronger soap or a higher bill to cope. But we can ease the suffering in the aftermath with love, hope, charity and walking a straighter narrower path with the Holy Sprit's clarity.

We are all to blame for the blood spilled on our soils that feed, the poisons sprayed into our air breathed and the pharmaceuticals laid to rest in our waters that bleed. Is it any wonder the elements are gathered, agitated against us and our seed? How can we, from this debauchery be freed? Where is the gallant steed that wisps us away from peril in our times of greatest need?

Can anyone pray Jesus Christ come hither and Godspeed!

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