NIH Reveals Details of ‘Superbug’ Outbreak That Killed Six – The NIH yesterday released details of a powerful bacteria, resistant to all but two antibiotics, that spread in its Bethesda Clinical Center for six months last year. The bacteria affected 17 patients, 11 of whom died. NIH attributed six of those deaths directly to the bacteria. Doctors used genome sequencing to stop the outbreak. [The Washington Post]

Icebreaker TouchStone Store Coming to Bethesda Row – The sporty New Zealand-based clothing store will open up shop on Bethesda Row in March, with a 1,200-square-foot store at 4821 Bethesda Avenue. [fibre2fasion]

School Bus Cameras Ready to Go – New cameras attached to the side of Montgomery County school buses will photograph drivers who illegally pass at bus stops. The fine is $250 and the cameras will be ready to go for the first day of school on Monday. [Bethesda Patch]

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