Skin with a staph infection may be red, swollen and warm to the touch, according to WebMD. Other types of staph infections may appear as blisters, boils or rashes on the surface of the skin. More »

Staph cellulitis, a common staph skin infection, causes swelling, warmth, redness and pain, according to WebMD. Sometimes it develops within a skin ulcer or sore, but a break in the skin is not a required symptom. Red li... More »

A staph infection is an infection caused by the staphylococcus bacteria, according to Mayo Clinic. While these bacteria typically live on the skin and in the nose of healthy people, when they are able to enter the body, ... More »

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The symptoms of a staph infection on the skin include swelling, tenderness and redness, according to WebMD. Sometimes staph infections begin with an open sore, but other times there is not break in the skin. More »

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Images of staph infection boils are posted on health-care online publishers and health-related websites, such as MedicineNet and the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, or CDC. A slideshow containing pictures and... More »

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Pulling a mole the skin off at home can result in excessive bleeding, scarring and infection, according to WebMD. It is important to have moles removed in a doctor's office where the procedure can be done safely in order... More »

It is not advisable to pop a skin boil with a needle, as this make an infection worse, according to WebMD. Normally, a boil is treated at home by applying warm compresses, which causes the boil to come to a head and drai... More »

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