I have chosen a few of the most common parasites to show you how they affect the human body and how to avoid them.
Staphylococcus bacteria, or streptococcus, are microscopic organisms that cause most infections of the skin and mucous membranes. They are often found in the soil or water, and are usually harmless to human beings. In a person, they can cause infections like dermatitis (a rash) or sinusitis (a congestion or congestion of the sinuses).
The staph organisms live inside the human body by causing infection of the skin, causing a reaction called "streptococcal infection." When people come into contact with infected bacteria, they become infected themselves .
People can become infected with staph bacteria by eating foods that are contaminated by staph bacteria. For example, you might eat dirt or dirt-containing food, like dirt, sand, manure, soil, or soil with a high ratio of minerals and nutrients, like limestone, peat, or clay.
Streptococcus bacteria are most common in soil and water, and most people become infected with it through contact with soil or water.
The bacteria can be found in the air and on surfaces in places like the shower and in the bathroom, where it can enter the water.