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Mastitis

Mastitis occurs when bacteria found on skin or saliva enter breast tissue through a milk duct or crack in the skin. Milk ducts are a part of the anatomy of the breast that carry milk to the nipples. All genders have milk ducts and can get mastitis. Infection also happens when milk backs up due to … Read More

‘Miraculous’ mosquito hack cuts dengue by 77%

They used mosquitoes infected with “miraculous” bacteria that reduce the insect’s ability to spread dengue. The trial took place in Yogyakarta city, Indonesia, and is being expanded in the hope of eradicating the virus. The World Mosquito Programme team says it could be a solution to a virus that has gone around the world. Few people had … Read More

Buruli ulcer

Buruli ulcer  is an infectious disease characterized by the development of painless open wounds. The disease is limited to certain areas of the world, most cases occurring in Sub-Saharan Africa and Australia. The first sign of infection is a small painless nodule or area of swelling, typically on the arms or legs. The nodule grows larger over days to … Read More

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