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"New York City is seeing an outbreak of a rare skin infection that comes from handling raw seafood, causing skin lesions, pain and swelling to the hands and arms and even difficulty moving fingers, officials said.
Health officials are warning those who purchase raw fish and seafood at Chinatowns in Manhattan, Queens or Brooklyn to wear waterproof gloves when handling those items, and to seek medical care if they discover red bumps on hands or arms.
The bacteria causing the infection is called Mycobacterium marinum and it gets into the body through a cut or other injury, the Health Department said.
If the infection goes deep enough, surgery may be necessary." Original Post NBCNewYorkAll I can say is WOW. What's up with all the skin infections? In the south we are seeing flesh eating bacteria that is causing sickness and death. Is there something going on here outside the normal infections that people get just going about and living life? I wonder if perhaps we are seeing the results of all the toxins poured into our oceans, rivers and streams making itself known. Are we using too many antibiotics and thus our bodies can't fight infections easily? Perhaps it's also due to all the antibacterials we are using in everything. What is behind this frenzy to wipe out germs? Mankind has lived with virus and bacteria for thousands of years and generally when an outbreak occurred it was due to filth and ignorance. There is a great deal of research and even patents on bio technology that makes one wonder what the plan is. Rather than be in fear of these things let us be informed and empowered. It is fear that sustains the fear energy. Remember to always be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. Join me for live talk radio. You can also use the chat here on this page to converse with me and others.
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