Health & Fit Boy touches fluffy caterpillar, gets rushed to the ER

20:29  18 may  2017
20:29  18 may  2017 Source:   CBS News

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  6-year-old dancer loses leg after strep throat spirals into spreading infection A 6-year-old girl described as a phenom by her dance teacher has already lost one leg to an unusual strep throat infection, and is now in danger of losing the other. Tessa Puma, of Akron, Ohio, was treated for strep throat in early March, but came down with the flu last week, Fox 25 reported.On Friday, her left leg began to swell and she was taken to Akron Children’s Hospital, where doctors discovered necrotizing fasciitis, Fox 8 reported.“The illnesses manifested into a terrible infection that resulted in the loss of her left leg,” her family posted on a YouCaring page.

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When it comes to this fuzzy caterpillar, you can look, but you sure don't want to touch.

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Poisonous caterpillars, known as puss caterpillars, are once again popping up in Florida, and officials are warning residents not to be fooled by the creature's soft and furry appearance.

It's the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S. and even a simple brush with the insect can cause "excruciating pain," according to National Geographic. The caterpillars' fur hides toxic spines that stick to your skin.

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  The Secret to Baking Perfectly Crispy French Fries Chances are, you probably already know how to make French fries. Toss sliced potatoes with a little bit of oil, transfer to a baking sheet, and bake until crispy. It’s so easy that your dog could probably do it, if only your dog had opposable thumbs. So why do they never seem to turn out as golden and delicious as you expected? Because, like with all seemingly simple recipes, there’s a way to getting things just right. Don’t worry—it’s not complicated. In fact, you don’t even need a recipe.

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One mom in Plant City, Florida, learned that lesson the hard way last week when her 5-year-old son accidentally stepped on one as he played outside.

"He started screaming, screaming and screaming," Staggs told CBS News. "He screamed, 'Get them off me!'"

At first, Angela Staggs thought her son walked on a pile of ants. She carried him to the bathroom and examined his foot over a bathtub, but there were no bites.

"He started to hyperventilate from screaming, and I was trying to figure out if he got into stinging nettles, but this scream was blood curdling," Staggs wrote in a Facebook post Thursday that has gone viral with more than 1,200 shares. "Then it clicked..."

We Made Gordon Ramsay's Fancy Scrambled Eggs To See If They're Really Better .
We hold Gordon Ramsay synonymous with just about every intense, nail-biting culinary moment that we can conjure up in our minds. The chef is not delicate when it comes to working his way around a kitchen — and to good cause, because his cutthroat nature often leads to tangible results. So when The Huffington Post brought our attention to the below video of Ramsay showing the Master Chef contestants a thing or two about scrambled eggs, we knew we had to get in on the action.

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