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What are bacterial infections?

Bacterial infections are caused by microscopic single-celled organisms, which invade the body. An infection occurs when bacteria multiply in a particular area and cause inflammation. Examples of infections caused by bacteria are strep throat, urinary tract infections, and diphtheria.

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