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“FDA approves drug to treat MRSA” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug to treat bacterial skin infections like Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, also known as MRSA. MRSA is caused by a strain of staph bacteria that's become resistant to most antibiotics. It's life-threatening and is often found in hospitals and other health care settings. The new drug, called Dalavance, is taken intravenously. The drug is only approved for use in adults. This is the first drug labeled by the FDA as a Qualified Infectious Disease Product. QIDP is part of a program that the administration hopes will encourage drug companies to develop new drugs like Dalavance that will fight the epidemic of antibiotic-resistant infections. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria infect at least 2 million people each year. Of those, at least 23,000 die as a direct result of the infection. In Other News They thought they had something to prove to someone they found on a ghoulish website, police say. So, two girls allegedly lured a third girl into a wooded area in Waukesha, Wisconsin, over the weekend and stabbed her 19 times, according to authorities. The suspects allegedly left the victim to crawl to her own rescue. The three girls, all 12 years old, were friends, according to a criminal complaint. A bicyclist found the wounded girl alive Saturday, lying on a sidewalk in Waukesha, Police Chief Russell Jack said. She was in stable condition at a hospital Monday. The girls were trying to impress a certain "Slenderman," the complaint read. One of the girls encountered the name on a website known as Creepypasta Wiki. Slenderman is a fictional character is an Internet meme that often appears in horror stories, videos and images. One of the suspects told police that Slenderman is the site's supposed leader, and to climb into his realm, a user must kill someone. Would you pay $3.50 for a cup of ice water? In this economy? It would appear the Cleveland Indians are banking on it, as news is spreading that the vendors at Progressive Field are asking a stern price in exchange for a cup of water and ice. If it’s genuine, the Indians are asking 50 cents less for a cup of water than the cost of a small draft beer. Presuming this is good ol' Cleveland tap water, the profit margin on this cup of water is staggering. Glenn McGraw of GameDayr.com writes that $3.50 for a cup of water is a steal compared to what a bottle of water would cost.