The Journal Of Hand Surgery published a study showing that 30% of people who were bitten by cats had to be hospitalized, and 8 of the 193 patients had to undergo surgery.
Bites located over the wrists or joints gives a person a higher risk of hospitalization because there is a serious breeding ground for bacteria.
Mayo Clinic reports that cat fangs are very sharp and penetrate tissue very easily.
These lacerations are prone to infection and need to be monitored to avoid serious complications. It is advised to monitor the bites for redness and swelling.
Police kill a burglary suspect they say fired at them first, and a second man is wanted in this case. But you have to hear how the police and the two suspects first came into contact.
Tropical storm warnings have been issued for Puerto Rico, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and other nearby islands as Tropical Storm Bertha approaches the Caribbean.
Breaking news out of Delaware, and the news is good. SkyFOX was live Thursday over the Interstate 495 bridge in Wilmington, where the southbound lanes reopened at 5 p.m. after a nearly two-month closure.