By Eva

What is it? Crabs or pubic lice are a skin parasite that lives on humans where there is body hair, except on the head. It lives mainly in the rough body hairs around the genitals and under the armpits, and is transmitted by intercourse or other close body contact. It can also be found in eyebrows, beard, armpits, mustaches and eyelashes. It gets nourished by sucking blood, and the bites give itching. It has a broad, almost square body shape and becomes as an adult approx. 2 mm long. The color is gray-white. The eggs are 0.7 mm long…Read More

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By marthe

Oh, no, not again! That awful itch. Damning the fact that you are not a cavewoman, scratching yourself in public might not always be socially acceptable. Carefully adjusting your pants might do the trick, but either way, you need to deal with it ASAP. The fungus called Candidia Yeast infection is caused by a type of fungus called Candida. This yeast normally lives inside your body, at places such as the mouth, throat, gut, and vagina. We even have it on our skin, and normally we don’t have a problem with it. However in those occasions where candida decides…Read More

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