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A hard-to-kill germ called Cryptosporidium can resist the chlorine disinfectant in swimming pools and is a leading cause of outbreaks linked to pools, federal health officials said Thursday.

Hotel swimming pools and hot tubs can be a major source of these outbreaks, the Centers for Disease control and Prevention said.

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There are, however, known risks to inserting a needle inside the womb, including fetal loss and preterm birth, according to Dr. Susan Klugman, board director of clinical genetics for the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics.
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