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The clay eaters dirt with the door closed," she said, laughing and a little embarrassed because she is a nurse at the Bibb County Health Department. "I just call it eating dirt. That's what I do. Every day that God sends that's what I do. Technically...
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Balmy weather brings bugs

...take much water for eggs to be able to hatch," said Al Hlavaty, an environmental health specialist for the Bibb County health department. "You might think it's only a quarter inch of water. That can be enough. They are very adaptable, unfortunately...