tapeworms

Headaches are about one of the most common ailments known to man...but one Texas woman found out the source of her tension between her ears was anything but common.
How do you explain suicidal crickets and zombie caterpillars? One word: parasites. Science writer Ed Yong shows us how these tiny creatures force insects and animals to do their bidding, and asks: Are parasites manipulating humans, too?
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Primum non nocere. That Latin phrase, meaning "first, do no harm," has been part of medical training since ancient times
Throughout the developing world, it's an entirely different story. An estimated 29 million people may have have contracted
Though the larva is now inside the human body, it still thinks it's inside the pig. Confusion ensues. It flows through the