Fish pedicure safety in question

BBC: Fish pedicure safety in question A salon in Washington DC was an early pioneer of the 'fish pedicure'. First broadcast July 2008 Garra Rufa fish used in pedicures Health experts are investigating the safety of fish pedicures after concerns that this latest pampering craze could spread infections. The treatment involves dunking the feet in tanks filled with Garra rufa fish that can nibble away dead skin. The Health Protection Agency is concerned this could spread diseases from person......

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