Somewhere around 19,000 Americans die of MRSA infections annually these days. That means MRSA kills more people than AIDS in our country. The World Health Organization says antibiotic resistance is one of the leading public health threats on the planet.
On the flip side, in Norway, a country where tissue packets have printed on them public service messages like, “Penicillin is not a cough medicine,” their citizens enjoy some of the lowest incidences of MRSA in the world. What do they do differently?