Woman’s Eye Infection Serves as Hygiene Warning

As reported by National Geographic last week, a 28-year-old woman named Abby Beckley experienced the first human case of parasitic cattle eye worm (Thelazia gulosa) in 2016 in Southern Oregon. Beckley had been living on a mostly unused former cattle ranch at the time of the infection. Beckley originally believed that she had an eyelash poking under her eyelid. When… More →