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Leeches, a valuable tool in hospitals

Their taste for blood might be scary, but they actually are a valuable tool in hospitals around the world. They are leeches.

09/05/2018 3:50 PM
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  • katerin joa
    05/11/2020 16:23

    ha

  • Kyle S.
    04/28/2019 14:13

    Doctors use leeches to treat some medical conditions.

  • Joseph T.
    04/18/2019 13:02

    It is comonlly sean in the river of the phillipines.

  • Darwin S.
    03/21/2019 13:36

    Good to know and thanks for sharing

  • Rudi S.
    02/13/2019 12:15

    you should whatc this

  • William D.
    01/28/2019 08:59

    FYI

  • Spring V.
    01/28/2019 06:25

    ,

  • Nikki G.
    01/27/2019 17:36

    Still traumatized by this started during early childhood in river I swam and played in. Hoowwaa

  • Karina D.
    01/27/2019 14:30

    There are a lot in Salak Mountain 😄 I experienced it several time. When they finish, they will remove themselves.

  • Tiffany M.
    01/27/2019 00:27

    hanapan mo Daddy 😂

  • Netta B.
    01/26/2019 17:44

    I experienced them in the jungle of Borneo, attached to my ankles. I was so surprised at how painless they were, and definitely attached. Once removed, you really bleed a lot. But completely painless.

  • Shakira K.
    01/26/2019 15:44

    I will always remember your deathly scream at the waterfall when we went ATV-ing lol

  • Larissa V.
    01/26/2019 12:36

    dankzij u durf ik sinds deze zomer het water niet meer in!!

  • Ajit M.
    01/26/2019 11:30

    https://www.practo.com/healthfeed/ayurvedic-leech-therapy-22752/post

  • Hector E.
    01/26/2019 06:34

    , that one time at the green mountains 😂😂😂

  • Emily M.
    01/26/2019 05:29

    Haha look it’s me to you 🤔🧐😉

  • Beverley B.
    01/26/2019 05:10

    and doctors used to be called leeches...old is new again!

  • Thien T.
    01/26/2019 01:38

    🤢🤮🤮🤮

  • Julie H.
    01/25/2019 22:41

    hahahah