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‘Black Death’ risk up in western U.S.

In the 1300s, it was called the Black Death – a ruthless flea-borne disease that ravaged millions in Europe in the Middle Ages, infecting its hosts with swollen, pus-filled lymph nodes (or buboes), fever, nausea, gangrene, rashes and bloody coughs.

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