Also he ascertained that Gluck had been in New York City during the epidemic
of the shooting of police officers.
Occasionally a matrimonial epidemic
appears, especially toward spring, devastating society, thinning the ranks of bachelordom, and leaving mothers lamenting for their fairest daughters.
It is notoriously infested by the most desperate and degraded set of wretches in the whole metropolitan population, and it is so thickly inhabited that it is hardly ever completely free from epidemic
Well, I said, and to require the help of medicine, not when a wound has to be cured, or on occasion of an epidemic
, but just because, by indolence and a habit of life such as we have been describing, men fill themselves with waters and winds, as if their bodies were a marsh, compelling the ingenious sons of Asclepius to find more names for diseases, such as flatulence and catarrh; is not this, too, a disgrace?
But suppose a doctor inquiring into an epidemic
asks, `Who is staying in the house?
They will not thank me for reminding them of a tune so lately epidemic
in that land of aloes and blue skies; but at least it is unlikely to run in their heads as the ribald accompaniment to a tragedy; and it does in mine.
There had been the usual epidemic
of burglaries that season.
Excisable articles were remarkably cheap at all the public-houses; and spring vans paraded the streets for the accommodation of voters who were seized with any temporary dizziness in the head--an epidemic
which prevailed among the electors, during the contest, to a most alarming extent, and under the influence of which they might frequently be seen lying on the pavements in a state of utter insensibility.
Proportionally, more epidemics
are caused by other meningococcal serogroups (e.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said that the World Bank is working with the UN and the Monetary Fund and other multilevel developing banks to make an "epidemic
emergency fund" to fight Ebola and other epidemics
of the future.
The carefully chosen account of the five epidemics
that emerged in South Africa over a few centuries following European conquests makes for fascinating reading.
Periodically new and very deadly strains of influenza appear, leading to epidemics
When germs travel; six major epidemics
that have invaded America and the fears they have unleashed.
Russia, India, and China are 3 areas of the world with the fastest rising epidemics
Before two recent human outbreaks of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in a region of Africa prone to epidemics
of the disease, researchers identified the virus in wildanimal carcasses.