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EXPLAINERS - BREAKING DOWN THE NEWS FOR YOU

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This electron microscopic (EM) image depicted a monkeypox virion, obtained from a clinical sample associated with the 2003 prairie dog outbreak. It was a thin section image from of a human skin sample. On the left were mature, oval-shaped virus particles, and on the right were the crescents, and spherical particles of immature virions. High Resolution:	Click here for hi-resolution image (5.21 MB) Content Providers(s):	CDC/ Cynthia S. Goldsmith Creation Date:	2003 Photo Credit:	Cynthia S. Goldsmi

Should we be worried about monkeypox?

An extremely rare disease called monkeypox, a cousin of smallpox, has again made its way to the United States, while Australia has also recorded a "probable" case.

How to delete your social media accounts

Spending too much time on social media? There's plenty of good reasons to remove your social media presence. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and TikTok are all prominent in our lives, but they don't have to be. 9News.com.au has created a guide to starting your social media detox.