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In a message dated 6/21/04 8:38:44 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
I have a patron asking about a video he saw on Discovery Channel a few weeks
ago. It was about the dangers of eating in foreign countries, and
contracting parasitic food borne diseases. He thought the title might be
"Eaten Alive." I have checked the Discovery Channel site, and FirstSearch
to no avial. Does this ring a bell with anyone? (If I sent this twice,
sorry.) Thanks in advance.
Parasites: Eating Us Alive VHS
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Good morning, Becky...
Vide-O-Go has recently added Discovery Channel line to our family of
suppliers... the title you are looking for appears below:
Many of us harbor secret fears of vicious or venomous animals, yet most of
us are unaware that some of the deadliest creatures on Earth live right on and
even inside us microscopic parasites. Take a fascinating tour of their
hidden world that will make your skin crawl.
Parasites come in all shapes and sizes and, of course, not all are deadly.
Learn about the minute, harmless insects that live in our hair, under our
skin, and even make their home on our eyelashes. Also meet the microscopic,
one-celled protozoa that live within our blood cells, causing such diseases as
malaria and killing millions of people annually. Perhaps most fascinating about
these invaders are their incredible life cycles and survival strategies.
They can adapt faster than we can attack them and become immune to drugs, often
turning our body's defenses against us. Visit this invisible world and you'll
never look at your own world in the same way again.
Wishing you continued success...
Dean W. Stevens
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