Sunday, 26 June 2011

Ringworm caused by cat



A VIRULENT outbreak of ringworm has spread through a school in Madrid affecting 11 children and two teachers, according to the city health service.

The school has not been evacuated and parents are advised to send their children to school as usual but each day more children are found to be afflicted with the fungal infection that presents as ringed patches of red hives that can itch and weep when scratched. Authorities are investing allegations that the infection is being carried by a cat, a pet of one of the students. - Round Town News
It is highly likely that a stray cat could have introduced ringworm to these unfortunate school pupils, ringworm is commonly carried by cats and easily transferred to humans especially to children.
The safest way to treat ringworm is with a natural product containing the natural anti-fungal New Zealand Manuka plant essential oil in either a diluted oil or a cream and soap all of which are combined in this ringworm treatment pack

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