Here we have the best Flu Quotes from famous authors such as Tom Frieden, Anthony Fauci, Sharyl Attkisson, Chip Conley, Jackie Coogan. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
In terms of flu prevention, for my son I’ll do a quick smoothie, usually with spinach, avocado or broccoli. And then throw in strawberries and blueberries to hide the greens.
Shaking hands is a pretty good way to get yourself sick, not necessarily with Ebola, but with a million other germs that can cause colds and flu.
There is no bird flu in commercial stocks.
Those people who get the flu shot not only protect themselves from getting the flu or reducing their likelihood of developing the flu, but those around them.
I personally never get vaccinated for the flu, because no.
The swine flu is evolution, isn’t it? In a way, it’s an evolution of flu.
When a person tests positive for HIV, it is not a test for the virus itself but for antibodies to the virus, and the test is not able to distinguish between HIV antibodies and a multitude of other antibodies. Many conditions can lead to a false positive result, including flu shots, hepatitis, and pregnancy.
A century ago the Spanish flu confounded scientists and devastated whole regions, but while today‘s society has air travel and an enormous, heterogeneous population, we also have antibiotics, fantastic communication networks and, perhaps most crucially, more data than ever.
Seasonal flu is now a pandemic that lasts for years and years because you’ve got so many people that it’s jumping back between northern and southern hemispheres and moving itself around the world. By the time it gets back to where it started, it’s changed sufficiently so that people are no longer immune.
I can’t understand why the front pages of newspapers can cover bird flu and swine flu and everybody is up in arms about that and we still haven‘t really woken up to the fact that so many women in sub-Saharan Africa – 60 percent of people in – infected with HIV are women.
I didn’t sound anything like Capote at the screen test. It was more like Bob Dylan. In his early years. With the flu.
When the Asian flu hit the United States in 1957, during the Eisenhower administration, it was just the latest contagion college students had faced in a lifetime of contagious diseases.
The worst pandemic in modern history was the Spanish flu of 1918, which killed tens of millions of people. Today, with how interconnected the world is, it would spread faster.