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Surfers may be swallowing antibiotic-resistant bacteria
by Ronnie Cohen
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19 January 2018
On 19 January 2018 Reuters reported:
Surfers and body-boarders were three times more likely to have potentially dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their guts than non-surfers, new research from the UK shows. The findings highlight the omnipresence of superbugs and the peril they might pose even for healthy people participating in water sports, said lead author Anne Leonard, a research fellow at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health at the University of Exeter Medical School in Truro, England.
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'We are not seeking to discourage people from spending time in the sea, an activity which has a lot of benefits in terms of exercise, wellbeing and connecting with nature,' said senior author William Gaze, a University of Exeter Medical School professor. 'It is important that people understand the risks involved so that they can make informed decisions about their bathing and sporting habits,' he said in a press release.
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