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May 26, 2008


As if bedbugs on the subway weren't bad enough


Today, in its quest to make OCD into a contagious disease, the Times tells us about all the nasty diseases you can get by walking barefoot in city parks. And you don't even have to have cuts or scratches on your feet to catch hookworm or pseudomonas. "In the worst case, pseudomonas bacteria — which Dr. Militello says has a “very pungent, vinegary smell”— can be fatal if it gets into the lungs or bloodstream."

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categories: Health, NYC
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People are crazy to walk barefoot in any urban park. That is all.

Posted by: T-Rock at May 29, 2008 5:49 PM

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