Monday, April 28, 2008
The New "Superbug"
I see that there is an alleged new "superbug" at large in the community. Seemingly it resides in school playgrounds, parks and other public areas.
Over the last year or so 10 kids have caught this "superbug" from cuts and grazes that they have incurred whilst playing, and regrettably died.
Cue stage left shrill calls for Nanny do to more to stop this.
Prepare yourselves for warnings about the dangers of letting children play in public, and some form of unworkable "deep clean" policy to be announced.
The reality is, we are surrounded by bugs; it is part of growing up to be exposed to them, and to fight them off.
The alleged rise of a "superbug" is most likely the result of:
1 Children not being given jabs and booster jabs for basic bugs, such as tetanus.
2 Children living in ultra clean environments that do not expose them to ordinary bugs, thus reducing the effectiveness of their immune systems.
3 Insufficient use of Dettol and TCP on cuts and grazes immediately after the accident.
The "superbug" is not a threat to children, it's the cotton wool that Nanny and some over protective parents wrap the kids in that is the danger.
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