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But whereas body lice can spread diseases, including epidemic typhus, trench fever and even the plague, head lice have never been blamed for any such outbreak.
The researchers theorized that clusters of small holes present in diseases such as smallpox, measles, typhus, and others could cause an outsized reaction for trypophobes who saw similar patterns in everyday objects.
Veil’s mother died of typhus at the Bergen-Belsen camp.
Frank died of typhus at age 15 in 1945 at a concentration camp in Germany.
Frank died of typhus in 1945 at age 15 at a concentration camp in Germany.
At the least, the air would have been less toxic, and there might have been lower mortality rates from scurvy, dysentery and typhus.
They are known to be reservoirs for such threats to humans as hantavirus, typhus and the bacterium responsible for bubonic plague.
Anne Frank, then 15, died there of typhus in February 1945, shortly after Margot, who died around her 19th birthday, according to the Anne Frank House.
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