Bethesda, Maryland - The National Institute of Health has found out how super-bugs are created by hospitals. It’s very simple. Sick people’s bodily fluids are sent down plumbing drains where they meet up with anti-biotics. All the non-super germs are killed, leaving the super-bugs to form huge colonies that take over the entire drain pipe system of the hospital.
These huge colonies get their chance to invade hospital rooms, routinely when drains are used, clogged, unclogged, or left unstoppered.
When aspartame drinks are poured down drains, the super-bugs get very rambunctious and climb out of the drain to kill whoever tried to kill them.
These bugs contribute mightily to hospital revenue, what with the increased complication rate and longer stays.
The simple expedient of heating drain pipes with heat-tape to kill all bacteria is forbidden in this more detailed article HERE.