FLORIDA - Health officials are warning people to be careful of amoebas in lakes and rivers.
The deadly amoebas can be found in warm, fresh bodies of water.
They can travel up the nose and to the brain and spinal cord.
Officials said infections are rare, but almost always fatal.
Officials warn of deadly amoebas in warm, fresh bodies of water
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