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Here is the European weather forecast for Friday, May 11th, 2012. All weather statistics have been provided by weather.com and all degrees calculated are in Celsius. Madrid, Spain: Partly Cloudy and warm. 32/20.
So far this summer, two children and a young man in the United States have died from a brain-eating amoeba that's found in water and enters the body through the nose. he amoeba is called Naegleria fowleri and is present in
Federal authorities are asking for samples of Virginia waterways in an attempt to develop a test for detecting deadly microscopic amoeba. Health officials say two children and a young man nationwide have died this summer from a fatal infection known
Authorities in Palm Bay, Fla., say they've closed a popular local swimming lake out of fears of a possibly deadly amoeba affecting swimmers...Contact with the deadly amoeba, found in all freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers, has resulted in the death
ATLANTA (AP) : 2 children and a young man have died this summer from a brain-eating amoeba that life in water, physical condition’s officials say. This month, the unusual disease killed a 16-year-old Florida girl, who chop
Here is Wednesday's national weather forecast. All weather statistics have been provided by Next Media Animation (NMA) TV and all degrees are in Fahrenheit. Let's go! East: New York: Sunny.
The country of Argentina is in dire straits right now. Since the land rests way south of the equator, Argentina is right now within the middle of one of their harshest winters. It's not because of the cool weather that they are
Summer is finally hitting Europe as some parts will experience the hottest temperatures so far in 2011. This weather forecast has been provided by weather.com and all degrees are in Celsius. Madrid, Spain. Sunny and warm.
Here is the US national weather forecast for Wednesday, June 29th. All degrees are in Fahrenheit and all weather data has been compiled by Next Media Animation (NMA) TV. East: New York: Partly
The Sacramento area finished a month of below-normal temperatures this weekend and is capping that off with a warming trend, the National Weather Service reported today. Holly Osborne, meteorologist, said Sacramento can expect rising temperatures at