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verbal diarrhea

Babbling, longwinded talk; inane and lengthy chatter. Primarily heard in US. I get so nervous when I go out on dates that I always start getting verbal diarrhea and sounding like a fool.
See also: diarrhea, verbal

diarrhea of the mouth

A tendency speak constantly or at length without thinking. I get so nervous every time I'm around police officers that I have diarrhea of the mouth and can't seem to shut up!
See also: diarrhea, mouth, of

diarrhea of the mouth

 and diarrhea of the jawbone
Fig. constant talking; a "disorder" involving constant talking. Wow, does he ever have diarrhea of the mouth! You're getting diarrhea of the jawbone again.
See also: diarrhea, mouth, of

diarrhea of the mouth

and diarrhea of the jawbone
n. an imaginary disease involving constant talking. Wow, does he ever have diarrhea of the mouth! Sorry. I seem to get diarrhea of the jawbone whenever I get in front of an audience.
See also: diarrhea, mouth, of

diarrhea of the jawbone

See also: diarrhea, jawbone, of
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Because there are many causes of diarrheal disease, SAGE emphasized the importance of providing rotavirus vaccination in the context of a comprehensive diarrheal disease control strategy, including improvement of water quality, hygiene, and sanitation; provision of oral rehydration solution and zinc supplements; and overall improved case management.
Napo is organizing a program to accelerate the development and approval of a pediatric formulation of crofelemer targeting approval in 2011-2012 (pending additional funding), including the establishment of a global advisory board to ensure that the development program for an FDA approved pediatric product incorporates the current WHO guidelines for oral rehydration solution ("ORS"), zinc, and other guidelines for Essential Medicine treatment of diarrheal disease and to generate a formulation that is practical and safe for resource-constrained regions with limited healthcare-trained personnel.
During the wet season, the only age distinction was that children older than 2 were less likely to suffer from diarrheal diseases, just as they were in the dry season.
php) calling for action by the international community to stop needless deaths caused by diarrheal diseases.
Address for correspondence: John Painter, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch, 1600 Clifton Road, Mailstop A38, Atlanta.
Key words: diarrheal disease, drinking water, methemoglobinemia, nitrates, nitrites, Romania.
SAN FRANCISCO & NEW DELHI -- The Institute for OneWorld Health, the US-based non-profit pharmaceutical company that develops drugs for people with infectious diseases in the developing world, today announced its Strategic Advisory Board to support the OneWorld Health Diarrheal Disease Program (DDP).
National Institute of Cholera & Enteric Diseases (ICMR) World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research and Training on Diarrheal Diseases, Kolkata, India; and ([dagger]) Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
Because many Pacific Islands depend on stored rainwater for drinking and hygiene, variations in rainfall and temperature affect their supplies in ways that increase the likelihood of contamination with fecal matter or bacteria or the need to resort to contaminated supplies--and contaminated water is a frequent cause of diarrheal disease.
With the pediatric death toll due to diarrheal illnesses exceeding that of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined, OneWorld Health is working to discover and develop a novel anti-secretory diarrheal drug to reduce fluid loss and help prevent death from dehydration caused by acute watery diarrheal disease.
International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research, Bangladesh-Centre for Health and Population Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh; ([dagger]) National Public Health Service for Wales, Cardiff, United Kingdom; ([double dagger]) Institute for Medical Virology, Frankfurt, Germany, ([section]) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ([paragraph]) World Health Organization, Beijing, China; and (#) University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (1) Drs.
Several recent papers discuss the effects of El Nino on diarrheal diseases.
Symposium Highlights Current Trends in Diarrheal Disease Research and Case Management and Efficacy of Zinc Supplementation Therapies
Polyak is an epidemiologist with the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases Branch, and a fellow with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education.