New Fecal Parasite Is Causing Disease Outbreaks in Pools Right Now

 

Here's what happens when the chlorine doesn't work.

According to the CDC, there's a new FECAL PARASITE that's causing disease outbreaks all over the country.And it's being spread by people in swimming pools.

The parasite is called cryptosporidium, but it's known as crypto.And the number of cases has been going up by about 13% per year for the past decade.

If you get infected with crypto, it can lead to nausea, cramps, and diarrhea.And odds are you'll be okay . . . but it HAS sent 300 people to the hospital in the past decade and led to one death.

So how can you avoid it and still go swimming in pools?One, don't let anyone swim if they have diarrhea.And two, don't swallow the pool water . . . that's the quickest way to get it.

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