Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the parasite 'Toxoplasma gondii'.
Toxoplasmosis is found in raw or under cooked meats, utensils that have contacted contaminated meat, and cat feces.
This video is about how you are more likely to get toxoplasmosis from raw meats than from cats.
The parasite can cause serious problems to people with a weak immune system, pregnant women, and in rare cases, babies.
Some symptoms include, headache, muscle pain, sore throat, confusion, fever, seizures, blurred vision, and in rare cases, eye disease or loss of vision.
This video is about the basics of toxoplasmosis.
You can prevent Toxoplasmosis by washing your hands, avoiding undercooked or raw meat, washing surfaces, washing utensils, and washing raw fruits and vegetables.