• Dangerous MRSA bacteria expand into communities A man was diagnosed with MRSA and had to stay in a Kentucky hospital for 45 days battling the life-threatening illness. Cases of community-acquired strains of MRSA seem to be rising, and doctors are finding out why. Peter Eisler, USA TODAY 7:45 p.m. EST […]

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  • CBS News recently released new information about the potentially negative impact of antibactierial soap due to triclosan, which is the germ-killing ingredient found in an estimated 75% of antbacterial liquid soaps and body washes sold in the United States.  SiShield’s antimicrobial solutions do not contain triclosan, which is an important […]

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  • SiShield is pleased to announce the recent EPA approval of the newest SiShield product – SIS AM75. This specific product rounds out our portfolio of products due to its consumer-grade application, with 0.75% active ingredient. Given this, it is approved by the EPA for commercial applications in homes, offices, automobiles […]

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  • A COMPLETELY new form of the MRSA superbug has been found in two Dublin hospitals. This new organism probably arose in animals and then jumped across to infect humans, according to the Irish researchers who discovered it. “It is totally different. It has never been seen before in any living […]

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  • SiShield is working to have one of its unique antimicrobial products tested for efficacy in preventing the spread of the A/H1N1 virus, commonly known as Swine Flu, on surfaces and substrates. With laboratory research showing its efficacy killing and inhibiting the growth of a highly pathogenic Avian Influenza virus (H5N1), […]

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  • With the outbreak of Swine Flu in Mexico and the United States, everyone is wondering, “how bad will this get?” The answer of course is, no one really knows. The worst-case scenario is a worldwide pandemic. Thirty percent of the US or some 90 million Americans would likely get sick. […]

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  • In late 2008 and early 2009, nine people died and at least 691 people, half of them children, became sick, in 46 states in the outbreak of food poisoning from eating products containing peanuts, according to the CDC. In addition to the human toll, it is estimated that the U.S. […]

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  • SiShield’s Poultry Shield® Disinfectant proved effective in inhibiting the growth of a highly pathogenic Avian Influenza virus or H5N1, on surfaces. The testing was completed at the United States Agricultural Department of Agriculture South Poultry Research Laboratory on February 24, 2004. Poultry Shield® Disinfectant is not yet registered with the […]

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