A Blood-Sucking Bug Crawls into Your Bed and Moves Its Bowels on Your Face
There's a nasty, fatal disease spreading in Central and South America. And it spreads in one of the WORST ways you've ever heard.
The disease is called Chagas. And it spreads when a blood-sucking insect called a 'kissing bug' crawls into your bed, FEEDS ON YOUR FACE, and moves its bowels.
Its feces are filled with nasty parasites, so when you scratch the bite, it gets into your bloodstream . . . or you might wipe it DIRECTLY into your eyes or mouth. You now have Chagas. Which sits inside you, dormant, for decades, until one day it makes your heart fail and you die.
Chagas kills about 20,000 people a year. There are treatments, and after you get Chagas, the sooner you get treated the better.
According to "Scientific American", there's no indication that Chagas is headed to North America or that an epidemic is going to break out.
But if you're in Central or South America, you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth, and your eye swells up . . . GET TO A HOSPITAL and start treatments.