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A 21-Year-Old Died After Mistaking Meningitis for a Hangover

For Teen Vogue, by Brittney McNamara.  After a woman died in April when she mistook meningitis for a hangover, her parents are speaking out so the same thing doesn’t happen to anyone else. Jennifer Gray’s mother, Edwina, told the Daily Record her daughter’s quick and confusing death is the “worst possible thing to happen to someone who has an only child.” On April 16, Jennifer told her mother she felt sick, The Independent reports, but she thought it was just a hangover or a cold after a night out with friends.
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