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Old 02-21-2017, 10:52 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Salmonella Kills MILLIONS!?

"In modern times, a strain of salmonella called Paratyphi C. causes a typhus-like outbreak called enteric fever that can kill as many as 15 percent of those it infects, mostly in developing countries.

Now, evolutionary geneticists think this strain of salmonella could be what sickened and killed millions of natives in Mexico in the 1500s, essentially bringing about the collapse of the Aztec empire."

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This is another example of baiting titles. This is about the Aztecs, but the title sounds like it is happening right now.
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