Cold And Flu Famous Quotes & Sayings

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23 Cold And Flu Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cold And Flu Sayings By Anonymous: Colds and flu are not just inconveniences; they are alarm bells telling us that all Colds and flu are not just inconveniences; they are alarm bells telling us that all is not well. While seen as a minor illness, each cold does permanent damage to the body, causing us to age prematurely. Yet millions of Americans suffer four to six colds per year, sometimes taking weeks to resolve. Healthy people do not get infections, and, if they do, they recover from them very quickly. — Anonymous
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Cold And Flu Sayings By Jennifer Gardy: Epidemiologists-scientists who study the spread of disease-use a special number to describe how contagious a Epidemiologists-scientists who study the spread of disease-use a special number to describe how contagious a virus is. It's called the basic reproduction number, or R0 for short. It's complicated to calculate but simple to understand-it counts how many people one sick person is expected to infect over the course of his or her illness. If I'm sick with a cold and I make two other people sick, the R0 of my virus is 2. Colds and seasonal flus typically have R0 values of around 1.5 to 2. The 1918 flu pandemic R0 was estimated to be 2 to 3, while diseases like polio and small pox have R0 values of around 5 to 7. — Jennifer Gardy
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Cold And Flu Sayings By Elena Poniatowska: Lilus shivers between two humid sheets. She doesn't know why she's sick. The illness surged Lilus shivers between two humid sheets. She doesn't know why she's sick. The illness surged without warning, traitorous, like a great wave of solitude. Health is an easily lost object:"But I had it in my hand, only a little while ago I saw it." That is how her illness was:"But only yesterday I was running on the stairway."
Lilus's illness wasn't a cold, nor the flu, nor a stomach ache. She tended to fall ill over something said to her. Upon hearing something unexpected, she became afraid. She wouldn't turn to anyone, nor did she want to be babied. Secretly she embraced her illness. She'd let herself be invaded by the feeling, and it would seem that the whole world penetrated her being. — Elena Poniatowska
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Cold And Flu Sayings By Antonio Lobo Antunes: Physically it's kind of lassitude, the apathy and tiredness that precedes the flu or some Physically it's kind of lassitude, the apathy and tiredness that precedes the flu or some other illness, or death. My legs ache and feel heavy, my skin has become more sensitive to cold and to heat, to the hardness or rigidity of things. Nothing interests me, I feel uncomfortable being still but would feel even more uncomfortable if I moved. I don't know whether speaking is painful or just boring. I sit here, staring straight ahead, with no desires, no needs, hollow. I'm not even sad. I feel only passivity and indifference. — Antonio Lobo Antunes
Cold And Flu Sayings By Seth Berkley: Now, you might think of flu as just a really bad cold, but it can Now, you might think of flu as just a really bad cold, but it can be a death sentence. Every year, 36,000 people in the United States die of seasonal flu. In the developing world, the data is much sketchier, but the death toll is almost certainly higher. — Seth Berkley
Cold And Flu Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: If there were 'intelligence flu', there would be so many people walking around in the If there were 'intelligence flu', there would be so many people walking around in the damn cold weather, hoping to be contaminated by that flu!.. — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Cold And Flu Sayings By Tia Mowry: I think a lot of people see the flu as a common cold, but it's I think a lot of people see the flu as a common cold, but it's not: it's a serious respiratory illness that could lead to hospitalization and the young are extremely vulnerable. — Tia Mowry
Cold And Flu Sayings By Debasish Mridha: What we dream repeatedly, we become. What we dream repeatedly, we become. — Debasish Mridha
Cold And Flu Sayings By Bernie Sanders: Look, if you have somebody who doesn't have health insurance, who doesn't have a doctor Look, if you have somebody who doesn't have health insurance, who doesn't have a doctor or dentist, and in order to deal with their cold or flu or dental problem, they go to an emergency room - in general, that visit will cost ten times more than walking into a community health center. — Bernie Sanders
Cold And Flu Sayings By Angela Flournoy: It was a particular sort of Turner weakness: self-sabotaging self-righteousness masked as self-reliance. It was a particular sort of Turner weakness: self-sabotaging self-righteousness masked as self-reliance. — Angela Flournoy
Cold And Flu Sayings By Jen Hatmaker: Thank you, Sick Husband, because what I mistakenly thought was just your cold with a Thank you, Sick Husband, because what I mistakenly thought was just your cold with a minor fever is apparently something closer to onset Black Plague with a side of liver disease. According to your indications, you're presenting pandemic symptoms from Europe, circa 1300 AD. We should alert the CDC! I mean, sure, I pulled off carpool, dinner, homework tutoring, and four kids' practices last week when I had strep and the flu, but you just stay in bed with your scratchy throat. We don't want to infect the children. — Jen Hatmaker
Cold And Flu Sayings By J.R. Ward: So what would she be like?" "Man, you don't quit, do you?" Now it was So what would she be like?" "Man, you don't quit, do you?" Now it was her turn to laugh. "Listen, I'm sitting here, freezing cold in this paper doily, about to be told that I have the flu and shouldn't have bothered coming in. Do me a solid and get my mind off my reality, will you?" iAm sat back in his chair. "Well, like I said, I haven't really given it a lot of thought." "Can I set you up with someone - " "No," he barked. "Nooooooooo. No, no, no, back right off the edge of that ledge, girlie." She put out her hands. "Okay, okay. Just, I don't know, you seem like a good guy. — J.R. Ward
Cold And Flu Sayings By Stephen Levine: An interesting way to practice dying is by opening to illness. Each time you get An interesting way to practice dying is by opening to illness. Each time you get a cold or the flu use it as an opportunity to soften around the unpleasant and investigate how resistance turns pain into suffering, the unpleasant into the unbearable. Notice how discomfort attracts grief. Watch the shadows gather in the aching body. Hear them mutter in complaint and self-pity. — Stephen Levine
Cold And Flu Sayings By Jon Stewart: Across the nation, thousands of people are lining up in hospital waiting rooms, out the Across the nation, thousands of people are lining up in hospital waiting rooms, out the doors, down the steps, around the corners, and behind the hedges, waiting for their inoculations. Here's another idea for avoiding the flu: don't stand outside in the cold for hours around lots of other people. — Jon Stewart
Cold And Flu Sayings By Michael Flynn: Exercising during the cold and flu season will help people stay in shape, and most Exercising during the cold and flu season will help people stay in shape, and most likely fight off colds or reduce the number of days a person is ill. The cold season should not be an excuse for the average person to refrain from exercising - working out at the gym, a brisk walk in the park or a jog through the neighborhood. — Michael Flynn
Cold And Flu Sayings By Ashly Lorenzana: My mother was obviously never there to take the blame she deserved. She left me My mother was obviously never there to take the blame she deserved. She left me to absorb it all in her place. She was far too busy in her own world, that incidentally revolved around herself. I'm pretty sure she dated a new guy every few months for most of my childhood. Some would last longer and show up again later after disappearing for a while, like the last day of a cold or flu before you start feeling better. — Ashly Lorenzana
Cold And Flu Sayings By Stephen King: We've become so used to the idea of the flu - it seems almost like We've become so used to the idea of the flu - it seems almost like the common cold to us, doesn't it? - that no one but the historians seems to know that a hundred years ago it didn't exist. — Stephen King
Cold And Flu Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Nothing great comes to pass in life without perseverance. Nothing great comes to pass in life without perseverance. — Sunday Adelaja
Cold And Flu Sayings By Albert Brooks: I was in Kashmir last weekend. Went to visit one of my sweaters. I was in Kashmir last weekend. Went to visit one of my sweaters. — Albert Brooks
Cold And Flu Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: O blessed idleness! Divine lazy nymph! Reach me a novel as I lie in my O blessed idleness! Divine lazy nymph! Reach me a novel as I lie in my dressing-gown at three o'clock in the afternoon; compound a sherry-cobbler for me, and bring me a cigar! Dear slatternly, smiling Enchantress! They may assail thee with bad names - swear thy character away, and call thee the Mother of Evil; but, for all that, thou art the best company in the world! — William Makepeace Thackeray
Cold And Flu Sayings By David Sedaris: What were you asleep? Helen would say as I opened the door. "I've been up What were you asleep? Helen would say as I opened the door. "I've been up since five." In her hand would be aluminum tray covered with foil, either that or a saucepan with a lid on it.
"Well," I'd tell her, "I didn't go to bed until three."
"I didn't go to bed until three thirty."
This was how it was with her: If you got fifteen minutes of sleep, she got only ten. If you had a cold, she had the flu. If you'd dodged a bullet, she'd dodged five. Blindfolded. After my mother's funeral, I remember her greeting me with "So what? My mother died when I was half your age."
"Gosh," I said. "Thing of everything she missed."
pgs. 86-87 — David Sedaris
Cold And Flu Sayings By Melissa Landers: No scarf tonight?" the captain asked, pointing at Solara's neck."I guess you finally beat that No scarf tonight?" the captain asked, pointing at Solara's neck.
"I guess you finally beat that cold virus."
"I don't believe she had a cold," Renny said thoughtfully.
"I'll bet it was the Hoover flu. You know, named after the old vacuum cleaners on Earth?"
"Oh, I've heard of that disease," Cassia chimed in. "Doesn't it cause a rash that looks like suction marks? Highly contagious when mixed with cute guys and Crystalline? — Melissa Landers
Cold And Flu Sayings By Jon Stewart: A guy comes down to earth, takes your sins, dies, and comes back three days A guy comes down to earth, takes your sins, dies, and comes back three days later. You believe in him and go to heaven forever. How do you get from that to Hide-The-Eggs? Did Jesus have a problem with eggs? Did he go, "When I come back, if I see any eggs, the whole salvation thing is off." — Jon Stewart