Flesh-eating bacteria claims another victim on another coast

 As temperatures along the coastal waters of the U.S. get warmer, cases of flesh-eating bacteria continue to rise. The flesh-eating disease — medically known as necrotizing fasciitis — recently claimed a Florida woman’s life, who died just days after walking along a popular Gulf of Mexico beach near her home in St. Petersburg, according to CBS News. Victims of the dreadful flesh-eating bacteria have been reported on all coastal waters in the U.S. Flesh-eating...

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