Next, where possible, each statement was reduced to a one-word concern ("could I catch it" was reduced to contagiousness
Lovejoy begins his famous essay, the contagiousness
of romanticism shadows and spurs the need to pursue "the discrimination of romanticisms.
These complications were challenging because patients could not be transferred from the CTC to the hospital for specialized care because of cholera's contagiousness
As to the contagiousness
of the Swine Flu, Mohannad Kafri, a clinical nutritionist, claims that the virus could be very contagious worldwide, considering that a high percentage of the world's population tend to depend on farming and raise pigs among the animals on their farms to generate income.
Malaria increases HIV viral load as much as 10-fold, increasing contagiousness
of HIV infected persons and affecting the population epidemiology dynamics (9).
There is joy in showcasing blazing fast music recognition that instantly shows LiveLyrics and there's also a sense of fun and contagiousness
in searching by singing or humming a tune into SoundHound.
of yawns suggests there may be a deeper social context for pandiculation as well.
Manifestly, this contagiousness
causes maximum losses within the structure of the negatively interconnected strategies present in normal market conditions.
Finding ways to make the message remembered (stickiness)--even irresistible--can help promote contagiousness
Said John Gols, Steelcase's New York area sales director, "The contagiousness
of Howard's spirit inspired us all to lead better lives.
Table 2: CDC Reported Course of Smallpox Infection Approximate Stage Duration Contagiousness
Incubation stage 7-17 days Not contagious.
The two flu viruses could swap genes, resulting in a hybrid with the virulence of bird flu and the contagiousness
of human flu, triggering a possible global flu pandemic.