Researchers at the Kyoto University of Science have discovered a way in which the ancient myth of Medusa lives on: Through a giant virus that lives in hot springs and turns its microscopic hosts into “stone.”
Doctors believe a woman who died from rare brain-eating amoebas used tap water to rinse her sinuses.
A young woman was killed by a brain-eating amoeba, her family said. But health officials say the chances of that happening to anyone else are extremely low.
Although, the chances of contracting an amoeba that will attack your brain and central nervous system are slim, a wilderness and travel medicine expert offers some simple advice to avoid the rare infection.
Health officials in Florida say a 12-year-old boy is fighting a rare and deadly infection that is attacking his brain.
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