A highly contagious skin infection that mainly affects infants and children.
Normally it appears as red sores on your face, or nose.
Out of all Americans that got impetigo in 2014, 70 percent were infants or toddlers.
Sighs or Symptoms
The area will be red, or even a little bumpy.
Ways to treat Impetigo
Some ways to cure Impetigo is one, get a antibiotic, or you can just wash your face and it will just go away eventually, but it will spread way worse.
Why should you know about Impetigo?
Well its a really common disease and like I said before babies are most likely to get this disease, so if you end up having kids one day and your kid(s) get this you'll know. Also if you are in any physical sport ( wrestling, football, basketball, baseball, etc.) you can get this disease. Its easy to get.