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It’s more dangerous than ever to eat raw oysters

You're one hundred times more likely to find a pearl in an oyster than contract vibriosis, a rare but dangerous bacterial infection, from eating one raw. But this summer, the number of reported cases in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Washington state has doubled from previous years, with lab tests confirming 113 instances of the food-borne illness. According to The Huffington Post:

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