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Revealing the Links Between Animals in the Food Supply and Human Health Issues

Doctors in the U.S. got a nasty surprise when they discovered that a man visiting a clinic for migraines had parasitic worms growing in his brain. The 52-year-old man was infected with the larvae of Taenia solium, a tapeworm that normally infects pigs.

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    Parasitic worms found in man's brain after he likely ate undercooked bacon

    Parasitic worms found in man's brain after he likely ate undercooked bacon

    A middle-aged man in the U.S. developed a parasitic infection in his brain after eating undercooked bacon. Doctors in the U.S. got a nasty surprise …

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