pneumonia


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if (something) catches a cold, (something else) gets pneumonia

If a person, group, or entity has a problem or experiences a negative situation, a related person, group, or entity will consequently have a worse problem or will experience a more negative situation. If Paris catches a cold, Europe gets pneumonia. Terrorism in France affects security throughout the continent.
See also: catch, get, if, pneumonia

when (something) catches a cold, (something else) gets pneumonia

When a person, group, or entity has a problem or experiences a negative situation, a related person, group, or entity will consequently have a worse problem or will experience a more negative situation. When Paris catches a cold, Europe gets pneumonia. Terrorism in France affects security throughout the continent.
See also: catch, get, pneumonia
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Beginning one day after air quality deteriorates, increasing numbers of people end up in the hospital with pneumonia.
Pneumonia is actually one of the diseases they could succumb to.
Most of the parents whose children affected with pneumonia were heading towards private hospitals of the City because government has jam-packed with patients especially children.
She reiterated that in winter season, pneumonia could cause infection of small air sacs of the lungs and
Pneumonia has been one of the top causes of mortality in acute stroke patients in our institution over the years.
They can differ according to the 'Illness-Causing Agent', according to 'Where the Infection Was Acquired' and then there are other types of pneumonia that don't fall under the categories listed above.
The risk of developing pneumonia can also be lowered by getting vaccinated against pneumococcal (the disease that is the leading cause of pneumonia), and having an annual flu vaccine.
Both the functioning of the cilia and the immune system wane with age, making it harder for the elderly to avoid infections like pneumonia," says Mount Sinai geriatrician Patricia Bloom, MD.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's immediate future on the campaign trail was in doubt Monday after it was disclosed she was battling a case of pneumonia.
Objective: To evaluate the relationship between anthropometric measurements and Nursing Home- Acquired Pneumonia (NHAP) risk.
Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia is a rare lung pathology described for the first time by Davison in 1983 and 2 years later by Epler under the name idiopathic bronchiolitis obliterans organizing pneumonia (BOOP) [1-3].
PAGE: What is situation of pneumonia in Pakistan, and where do we stand as far as this disease is concerned?
And if your health is already compromised, pneumonia can be the final straw - people with a heart condition who get pneumonia, for example, are four times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke.
Marshall, consultant Southampton Hospital So X-rays, as well as examinations, are needed before a pneumonia diagnosis is made.