A 2013 study published in the journal Pediatrics, concluded it was actually viral
meningoencephalitis that caused Mary's blindness, based on evidence from ...
Feb 4, 2013 ... But in a new study, University of Michigan researchers found it is likely scarlet
fever had nothing to do with Mary's blindness.
Feb 4, 2013 ... Mary Ingalls's blindness at age 14 was likely caused by viral
meningoencephalitis. Why did the book name scarlet fever as the culprit, and
Feb 4, 2013 ... CHICAGO -- Any fan of Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved "Little House" books
knows how the author's sister Mary went blind: scarlet fever.
Feb 5, 2013 ... It may have been a brain infection -- not scarlet fever -- that caused Mary Ingalls
of "Little House on the Prairie" to go blind. A new study ...
Mary Ingalls went blind when she was 15 years old. This event was covered in
the two-part episode, "I'll Be Waving as You Drive Away." The title for the episode
Feb 4, 2013 ... The television show and popular book series drew on the real-life experiences of
Laura Ingalls Wilder. Mary, Laura's sister, went blind as a ...
Feb 3, 2013 ... Melissa Sue Anderson played Mary Ingalls on the TV series "Little House on the
Prairie." A new article in the journal Pediatrics says Mary's ...
They are the Ingalls family, and most interestingly, Mary Ingalls, the blind sister of
the book and American TV show's main protagonist, Laura Ingalls. For those of ...
Feb 4, 2013 ... Mary Ingalls, of 'Little House on the Prairie', probably didn't go blind from scarlet
fever, experts suggest. Please note: This article was published ...