Against the bacteria, you have to drink hot tea and coffee

   Although the season is not the most inviting, drink 1 tea Cup or coffee smoking may reduce the risk of conveying the bacteria Methicillin-resistant (MRSA) through the nasal. To support it, is a study conducted by the Medical University of South Carolina and published in the journal "Annals of Family Medicine".

   The bacteria Methicillin-resistant, in fact, are a major cause of infections. These bacteria have a protein very similar to the antibiotics all like penicelline and cephalosporins.
The team of researchers have examined ben 5 thousand and 500 Americans. In this way, emerged as consumers of tea regulars and coffee hot have half the probability to be nasal carriers than non-drinkers. Dr. Eric Matheson, who led the research, argues that the two beverages are rich of antimicrobial properties, however there are some steps that are still unclear. The study, explained the reason for the link between the consumption of coffee and hot tea and reduced risk of contracting bacterium.
   Staphylococcus aureus spreads throughout the body within a few minutes, and is located mainly on the skin and in the nose of healthy people, causing some minor illnesses, such as the food poisoning, but also infections as severe sepsis, osteomyelitis or endocarditis.
As they explained the experts:
One cannot conclude a cause-effect link from a simple Association, might also be a coincidence. Our data may however lead to the discovery of new methods to avoid MRSA that can take over our nostrils.
   Research, therefore, could pave the way for a nasal spray made with coffee or tea to eradicate the Staphylococcus aureus, which unfortunately has the characteristic of acquiring antibiotic resistance easily, by disabling certain immuneagainst infections, and there are no vaccines available.


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