Pages tagged with Parasite

I cannot stress the important of cleaning your contact glasses enough. A Florida girl almost lost the sight in one eye because of having a parasite on her contact lenses.
Tired of the whole Lois Lane is magically psychic for no reason? Your not alone as you will soon see.
What is CCD and what effect is it having on bees worldwide?
Inspired by my 12 year old daughter's First Place Science Fair Project, this article will teach you about Cryptosporidium, also known as Crypto, and help you gain an understanding of what it is, where it comes from, symptoms, how it can be spread, who is at risk, diagnosis, treatment ...
Unfettered greed and selfish pursuits are enemies of inclusive society. Rewards have to be fair to all, not one gaining at the expense of nine others. Our resources have to be tapped in a way to leave a better environment for the future. Let us move towards an egalitarian, equitable s...
The most unfortunate aspect of canine and feline heartworm infestations is that they are almost completely preventable. I will discuss the history of heartworms, infection, clinical signs, treatments, and most importantly, prevention.
Probiotics, while not as powerful as traditional antimicrobials, can be helpful in the prevention and treatment of parasitic infections, especially when combined with antimicrobials.
Competition is a kind of relationship in the ecosystem in which several organisms are competing from the same source of food. In the case that the source of the food is limited or scarce, there is a tendency that on of these organism will going to die or failed to survive and the othe...
Many animals are beneficial to people. However, there are also harmful animals.
Schistosomiasis can be a dangerous, chronic parasitic infection, but prevention and treatment are easy; awareness is key, so read on, adventure travelers...
The mutualistic microbiome: a population of organisms living inside us can be beneficial to our health
Hook-worms are small worms which attach themselves to the wall of the bowel and causes serious harm to the patient.
Pin worms or seat worms are small white worms of about a quarter of an inch in length. These worms are found everywhere, among the children as well as the adults although it’s more prevalent in children. The adult worms live in the upper part of the colon and feeds on the intestinal...
How to use the Famacha system to treat haemonchus contortus (Barber pole worm) in sheep and goats
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