The juxtaposition of Typhoid Mary
and HIV Jane provides an opportunity to consider the idea of individual and professional responsibility in disease prevention strategies.
I'm like Typhoid Mary
- a woman who was immune but gave the disease to all she met.
For BBC2's long-running Timewatch, his programmes dealt with the diversity of the American West, such as Typhoid Mary
, Pocahontas: Her True Story, and Gold Rush Memories.
The legend was in existence at least as far back as the 19th century, when the disease-spreading young woman was known as Typhoid Mary
They don't mind you spreading your cold like a latter-day Typhoid Mary
, so long as you're at your desk.
When six members of one household almost died, the cook vanished--and thus began a hunt for Typhoid Mary
Mary Mallon (September 23, 1869--November 11, 1938), better known as Typhoid Mary
, was the first person in the United States identified as an asymptomatic carrier of the pathogen associated with typhoid fever.
While a scalp full of crawlies won't make a youngster feel off colour, sending an untreated child to school who is the Typhoid Mary
of the nits world will certainly make you the least popular parent at the school gates.
She is best known for her part in the epidemiological investigation of Typhoid Mary
There can be no opportunity to create virtual businesses or export the legitimate skills of a cyber workforce when any diligent Western IT manager correctly views a Yemeni IP address as a virtual Typhoid Mary
Beyond the level of techniques, we are too frequently the Typhoid Mary
of military advice.
With beats sleazier than Soho on heat and more infectious than Typhoid Mary
, they cemented their status as this year's must-see live band with post-rave anthem The Bay and the demented, hypnotic shuffling seaside Wurlitzer organ riff of The Look.