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Deadly amoeba threatens warm-water spots

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December 29, 2008 08:17PM
Caution is advised when soaking in natural hot springs or a lake.
By Hugo Martín
December 29, 2008
The hike is long and dusty, across two miles of shrub-strewn desert, south of Apple Valley.

But Lisa Fernandez, a Web designer and hot springs enthusiast, has often made the trek from the trail head to the pools of steaming water. She believes the payoff is worth it: a day of soaking in undeveloped, natural hot springs in the shade of pine and willow trees at the foot of the San Bernardino Mountains.


http://www.latimes.com/features/health/la-he-springs29-2008dec29,0,3798895.story
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Deadly amoeba threatens warm-water spots

Rick 1146December 29, 2008 08:17PM



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