Doctors in Taiwanare calling it a world's first. The patient, referred to only as Ms. He, was reportedly tidying up a relative's grave at a cemetery and pulling weeds when a gust of wind blew what she though was sand and dirt into her eye. She rinsed her eyes with water but a few hours later she started feeling a sharp pain in her left eye and started constantly tearing up. She eventually went to a hospital where ophthalmologists were shocked to find four live sweat bees living in her eye and feeding off her tears. She was treated and released from the hospital and expected to make a full recovery.
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