- Tapeworms protect sea monkeys from arsenic poisoning
- They're also an intermediate host for tapeworms. Tapeworm larvae infect sea monkeys which are, in turn, scooped up and eaten by primary hosts, such as flamingos. So Marta Sanchez from the Doñana Biological Station in Seville, Spain, and colleagues took ...
- Good News, You Have Tapeworms!
- Santa Monica. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - It sounds like a bad horror movie: losing control of your body. When it happened to one man, doctors thought a brain tumor was to blame.
- Creepy Crawlers: 10 Animals Found Inside Humans, From Tapeworms To Baby Squid
- Last week, we learned of a 12-year-old girl named Shreya Darji who has an ant colony living in her head, and according to a new video from Alltime10s, the story doesn't hold a candle to 10 animals found living inside humans.
- Health Beat: Good news. You have tapeworms!
- Once the tapeworms were removed, Medrano took anti-seizure medication for more than a year and is now free of seizures and ticks. "As bad as it was, it was something that was easily fixed with removal of the cyst and the worm, and some medication and ...
- The Tapeworm Diet Is an Actual Thing and Here's Why You Should Never Do It
- "Tapeworms will cause you to lose weight because you have this huge worm in your intestines eating your food," Quinlisk said, citing the dangers of having a tapeworm parasitizing the body. Certain tapeworm species can grow up to 30 feet (and in some ...
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