Featured MedFriendly Entry: Acanthocephaliasis
Acanthocephaliasis is an illness caused by an infection with a species
of Acanthocephala (see picture to the right). Acanthocephala is a
group of worms that act as parasites. A parasite is an organism that
lives in or on another organism to obtain nourishment.  The main
sources of Acanthocephaliasis in humans are the thorny-headed
worms, Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus and... (Full article...)
Featured Blog Entry: States with Best Healthcare Offers and Services
When assessing the best healthcare systems across the United
States, analysts look at a variety of factors. They start by comparing
hospitals in the area, then they look at patient accessibility to the
healthcare facilities and outcomes of treatment of various diagnoses.
Which states are the some of the best places for healthcare?
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