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Toxoplasmosis: How Parasites in Your Cat Can Infect Your Brain

SciShow Psych

"Crazy cat lady" stereotypes or not, there could be some actual psychological risks from hanging around so many kitties… if just one of them is harboring the parasite Toxoplasma gondii.

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