Something in the poo
For a period of five years leading up to Aug. of 2006, Rachael Wakefield's health mysteriously faltered, deteriorating so poorly she required an oxygen tank 24 hours a day. Finally that summer, specialists at a London hospital found the problem: the U.K. teen's pet cockatiel. Wakefield suffered from what is known as "bird fancier's lung," whereby protein dust from a bird's droppings triggers hypersensitivity pneumonitis. Wakefield nearly died while doctors tried to diagnose the affliction, and later had to give the cockatiel away to her grandmother.
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