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 Can parasite worms be transmitted from human saliva?

Answer Parasite worms are not spread through human saliva. People become infected with them through contact with parasitic animal feces, standing water, contaminated dirt and sometimes though the skin. Do... Read More »
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Can a human being (adult/child) contract worms from being licked accidently on the face by an infected dog?

I suppose it's possible but I would not think it to be likely. Generally speaking, pin worm eggs are found in dirt. Children and adult nail biters are most likely to get pin worms. Anyone who ... Read More »
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How to Catch Worms?

A great place for finding worms!There are several reasons why you may need worms! Fishing, composting, bird feed, the list is nearly endless and you won't have any worms unless you know how to catc... Read More »
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How to Use Worms to Catch Mullet?

Although gray mullet can sometimes be seen feeding in shoals near harbor walls and estuaries, with their tails breaking the surface of the water, they are notoriously difficult to catch. Mullet are... Read More »
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Dog Worms & Human Infection?

According to vetinfo.com, five types of worms (internal parasites) infect dogs--heartworms, roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms and whipworms. Three of these five--roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms-... Read More »
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