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Brian Eating Amoebas strike again.

This time it’s not Australia, where one-year-old Cash died in April this year from what’s being called a “brain-eating parasite” that was thriving in the water at Jodi and Laine Keough’s cattle station, near Townsville, Australia This time it was in the USA where a young athlete succumbed on a church trip. Lauren Seitz of Westerville, Ohio, died from a suspected case of primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), and officials are investigating whether she contracted the infection while whitewater rafting in Charlotte during a church trip, the Charlotte Observer reported.

Before that, in August last year, it was another young man in Texas.

Michael Riley fought Primary Amoeba Meningoencephalitis, a disease that before that claimed the life of a 4-year-old boy in Houston.

It’s certainly not going away and thrives in drought conditions where water may warm-up, creating the perfect breeding ground.

The amoeba enters the body via the nose, and it points to the need for home filtration systems that are PROVEN to remove or reduce the possibility of entry to the body by stopping in before it gets into the home’s water pipes. This new form of water filtration technology certainly has the capability to remove it without (as was the case prior to this technology) loss inflow.

To learn more about:

Water Filtration, Water Toxins


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