'It makes you fearful of going outside.'Tamela's father, Geoff, added: 'The doctors were beside themselves.
They said it's a medical mystery.'Every day we'd go to the hospital and she'd get worse.
A tick whose bite makes victims allergic to meat is spreading.The police's Daniel Mavimbela says the woman was arrested in her apartment during a raid.“We urge the public to go back to basics when meeting with a stranger, when you meet someone from an online platform, do so at a public place.”(Edited by Refilwe Pitjeng) EWN welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward.However, we will NOT condone the following: - Racism (including offensive comments based on ethnicity and nationality) - Sexism - Homophobia - Religious intolerance - Cyber bullying - Hate speech - Derogatory language - Comments inciting violence.In Long Island, more than 100 cases were reported last year.A warming climate has meant the ticks are expanding further north, causing outbreaks across the US, allergist Purvi Parikh told USA Today.Once this happens, every time you consume the sugar molecule, which is present in red meat, your immune system will attempt to fight it off, triggering an allergic reaction.