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Kansas State University offers a few pictures and interesting tidbits on tooth amoebas, the toothbrush-fleeing microscopic parasites found where the teeth meet the gums. These photos and facts are part of a tutorial...
This Web site from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division of Parasitic Diseases has a goal of "using the internet to strengthen diagnosis of parasitic diseases." The site provides information about...
This site, from the Australian Broadcasting Company, describes an alternative hypothesis as to why humans lost their fur: "it reduced the number of biting and disease-causing parasites, and made them more sexually...

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