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1. Yeast infection or Candida is a very common infection. Vaginal infection, skin rash, diaper rash, thrush and Candida infection are the various names used for yeast infections. It is mostly occurs in women. Learn how to prevent Yeast/Candida here...Prevention of Candida or Yeast Infections

2. People who have acquired immune deficiency are also susceptible to yeast infection. It is also a very common infection amongst women. Almost seventy-five percent of women have the possibility to develop it at least once in their life time. The diagnosis of the infection is a very important step, learn the process to diagnosis here...Yeast Infection Diagnosis

3. Though it is mostly associated with women, both the sexes are susceptible to this infection. It affects all age groups. Due to the high health risks associated with this infection, it is very important to know the causes that lead to Candida infection. Learn how to not spread Candida/Yeast here...Transmission of Candida

4. Nobody had heard of a Candida infection before the 1940’s. The introduction of antibiotics around that time, made it as widespread as it is today. Antibiotics kill the usual biota in the gut and because healthy guts have Candida in them and since nature despises a vacuum, Candida will proliferate. Other symptoms discussed here as well. Check out this candida/yeast symptoms list here...Candida Symptoms and Cure

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