Hockey Players Injury? A Tapeworm.

I wonder if they will be penalized for too many on the ice

Carson Meyer had been feeling perpetually tired for almost a year.

The 20-year-old, who had recently been drafted by the Columbus Blue Jackets hockey team, had been experiencing relentless lethargy along with pale skin and a loss of appetite.

Doctors, psychiatrists and trainers thought the Powell, Ohio, native might have depression, mononucleosis, and even cancer.

It wasn't until a trip to the bathroom that Meyer figured out why he was sick - a 25-inch tapeworm had been living in his small intestine. 

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