Flu

17 Jan 19
The Lollipop Gazette

Keep Your Germs to Yourself! Please please please! Do not go out with a sore throat, a cough, or fever–you will be doing yourself and others a favor. Seriously, if you feel miserable, why go and spread that to the surrounding world? I will talk more about how germs scientifically spread in another letter, but […]

17 Jan 19

It’s an interesting time to be alive. With all of the current events happening these days, sometimes we need a bit of speculative fiction to remind us that the world isn’t as bad as it could be. We’ve rounded up the best post-apocalptic reads for you to dive into new worlds, and escape our own. Read […]

17 Jan 19
thattranslife

It has been one crazy Christmas, I’d expected to blog the whole time over Christmas but I became super ill and just couldn’t find the energy to put words onto a page. I’m not even sure what I was ill with. I went to the Doctor and he reckoned glandular fever (a really horrible thing […]

17 Jan 19
PEOPLE.com

The Empress of Soul has been tapped to perform the National Anthem at the 53rd Super Bowl on Feb. 3

17 Jan 19
Ice White Space

That I cured of my flu HAHA – but unlikely. So I guess it’s that finish my work so I can free my time to do up many posts for SGAC. Only when I finish all this work then I can talk to graceypangy for as long as I want and spend quality time with […]

17 Jan 19
askjuliern.com

Who wants to catch every germ going because someone else thinks they can work through their contagious illness? Yes contagious. Think about that! I would rather they stayed home and did not share their sick germs all over their desk, office, school and activity centre. How much work are they doing while they are battling […]

17 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

The man did not vaccinate against the flu, and also self-medicated for 9 days A 68-year-old man died in Zhytomyr due to complications from the flu. It is reported by the Zhytomyr Regional Laboratory Center of the Ministry of Health. According to the center, the man fell ill on December 31, 2018, but turned to […]

17 Jan 19
Sunshine with Savannah

The seasons heavily influence my mood. It’s not necessarily a clear-cut “today is a bad day” when the clouds are overcast, but it’s like there’s a gloomy filter placed on my body. Winter is not my favorite time of the year. I get cold easily (did you know that red heads are more sensitive to […]

17 Jan 19
Nicks Naturals

Hello friends, Today let’s talk about Echinacea. Echinacea, know also as Purple Coneflower, Echinacea purpurea, or Echinacea angustifolia is a flower who’s most common part used in herbal preparations is the root. It is famous for its ability to stimulate the immune system and remedy various infections, mainly the common cold and the flu. Key […]

17 Jan 19
Data and Lore

Part of owning a small business is you’re clocked in 24/7. This can be a problem if you’re ill or injured in the middle of a project. You can’t stop working due to a medical emergency. Our dear friends at Clean Sweep Iowa City, for example, lost a third of their work force for six […]

17 Jan 19
perfectweightlossplan

The American Cancer Society says cancer death rates are declining RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) – The American Cancer Society says cancer death rates are going down, declining by 26 percent in the last 20 years.See Original Article Flu season here; 4-year-old dies from flu: Getting your vaccine is advised Influenza season began and is […]

17 Jan 19
Ice White Space

Current mood Leonie Chua: stupid flu making me drowsy, but me v appreciative of gracey for all the efforts in ldr, like rly rly a lot, mi wan to teleport to grace placei still feel flustered at times cus getting adjusted to sch, and need to apply internship opps and feel q stretched for time […]

17 Jan 19
Megan L. Yates

That’s right, as it says on the tin: cats, coffee and cleaning hacks are the topics up for discussion today. Let’s start with cats. Now as you know, I have two cats: Marnie aged 1 and George aged 10 months. Here are some of my all time favourite pics of the two of them! How […]

17 Jan 19
Andre Eger

The World Health Organization (WHO) released its list of global health threats for 2019. The list includes vaccine hesitancy, which is defined as “the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines.” The agency says that 1.5 million deaths could be avoided each year if vaccine coverage improved.  Hesitating or outright refusing to […]