Candida albicans

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Candida Albicans
The fungi Candida Albicans is usually found in yeast form at the human tongue, the mouth, the palate, the throat, the skin and the intestines. This fungi producescankers that bleed constantly which cause huge pain and make you cough with blood.
Symptoms: Some symptoms of Candida Albican fungi infection are anxiety, depresión, burning in eyes, drythroat, dizziness, vertigo, asthma, puffy eyes, lost of energy, hyperactivity, inable to absorb food, insomnia, muscle weekness, panic attacks, loss of concentration, bloting, dry mouth, andfatigue.
Therapy: Most Candida infections can be treated at home with OTC or medication given by a doctor. This incluye topical administration or antifugal drugs such as clotrimazole,miconazole, nystatin, tioconazale. And If you are using antibiotics you should discontinue during a candida infection.
Prevention: You should keep your skin clean, dry and free from cuts.Also keep clean your mouth, and tongue. If you have any of the symptoms go to the doctor.

Malaria
Malaria is an infectious disease transferd by a female mosquito discovered by a frencharmy doctor named Charles Lous Alphonse Laveran. It is usually found in tropical regions. This is a very dangerous disease that comes from a protozoan named plasmodium
Symptoms: Somesymptoms of Malaria are fever, shivering, vomiting, hemolysis, convulsion, anemia, hemoglobinuria, and in some extreme cases coma is another symptom that can lead to death.
Prevention:Methods used to prevent the spread of disease, include prophylactic drugs, mosquito eradication, and the prevention of mosquito bites. At this moment there is no vaccine that will preventmalaria
Diagnostic: Malaria can be diagnosticated by blood exams wich most of the time give exact results. But in Africa diagnosticas are not very secure because of thelack of equipment.
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