What started out as a noble gesture designed to raise money for ALS quickly went viral around the world, and by the end, even your grandmother was having a bucket of water dumped on her head.
Sadly, it also led to millions dying of pneumonia-related complications. The New England Journal of Ice Bucket Challenges estimates that 38% of those who performed the challenge got sick, and of those, at least half died.
The 21st century has seen a surge in medical graduation rates, and with that has come an alarming number of unprepared doctors from suspects schools like the Miami Art Institute, Harvard, DeVry and Stanford have joined the medical ranks. This has resulted in an escalating number of medical-negligence related deaths each year.