The common cold

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học 'Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Efficacy and safety of an antiviral Iota-Carrageenan nasal spray: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled exploratory study in volunteers with early symptoms of the common cold...

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  • Autumn and winter are cold and flu season -- when people are most likely to catch the viruses that cause influenza and the common cold. Is the old advice true that dressing warmly will help prevent a cold? Or if you do get sick, should you follow the old saying, "Feed a cold and starve a fever"?

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  • By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to talk about the common cold by reading the text. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: common cold, runny nose, symptom, cough, sneeze, cure, drugstore. 2, Structures: We call it the common cold because every year millions of people catch it.

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  • Allergic Conjunctivitis This condition is extremely common and often mistaken for infectious conjunctivitis. Itching, redness, and epiphora are typical. The palpebral conjunctiva may become hypertropic with giant excrescences called cobblestone papillae. Irritation from contact lenses or any chronic foreign body can also induce formation of cobblestone papillae. Atopic conjunctivitis occurs in subjects with atopic dermatitis or asthma.

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  • Public health can be thought of as a series of complex systems. Many things that individual living in high income countries take for granted like the control of infectious disease, clean, potable water, low infant mortality rates require a high functioning systems comprised of numerous actors, locations and interactions to work. Many people only notice public health when that system fails. With widespread globalization occurring, public health issues have become transnational.

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  • Clinical Manifestations Most cases of acute sinusitis present after or in conjunction with a viral URI, and it can be difficult to discriminate the clinical features of one from the other. A large proportion of patients with colds have sinus inflammation, although bacterial sinusitis complicates only 0.2–2% of these viral infections. Common presenting symptoms of sinusitis include nasal drainage and congestion, facial pain or pressure, and headache.

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  • Ambiguity is the common cold of the pathology of language. The logician recognizes equivocation as a frequent source of fallacious reasoning. The student of propaganda and public opinion sees in ambiguity an enormous obstacle to successful communication.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Clinical and diagnostic virology" presents the following contents: Other related agents, clinical syndromes (Viral eye infections, the common cold, respiratory virus infections, atypical pneumonia,...), diagnostic techniques, patient management.

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  • In the past decades a renewed interest has been seen around optical wireless communications, commonly known as free-space optics (FSO), because of the ever growing demand for high-data-rate data transmission as to a large extent current applications, such as the high-definition (HD) contents and cloud computing, require great amount of data to be transmitted, hence, demanding more transmission bandwidth. Nowadays, the last mile problem continuous to be the bottle neck in the global communication network....

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  • What is a heat pump? A heat pump is a mechanical device used for heating and cooling which operates on the principle that heat can be pumped from a cooler temperature to a warmer temperature (cold to hot). Heat pumps can draw heat from a number of sources, eg, air, water, or earth, and are most often either air-source or water-source. Although heat pumps have been around for more than a 100 years, the technology has dramatically increased. Not only do heat pumps still operate the common refrigerator, but today, heat pump technology allows us to heat and cool residential...

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  • This was the general consensus when I first announced my creative ambitions, twenty years ago. And it didn’t help my commercial prospects that by ‘writer’, I meant ‘poet’. It wasn’t what I wanted to hear. But I knuckled down and got a job in publishing. Not a bad job — the people were nice, the money was OK, bits of the work were interesting. But it made me ill. Literally. I got cold after cold, bug after bug, until I realised it was the job that was bugging me.

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  • do with (something) - to benefit from (something) I have been working hard all day so now I could do with a cold drink. do without (something) - to manage without something We will have to do without sugar if there is none. do wonders - to produce excellent results If you begin to do some exercise it will do wonders for your health. . dog and pony show - a display or demonstration of something The politicians put on a dog and pony show to make everyone forget about the scandal. dog-eat-dog - to be ready or willing to fight and hurt others to get what you want It...

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  • Table 54-14 Causes of Urticaria and Angioedema I. Primary cutaneous disorders A. Acute and chronic urticariaa B. Physical urticaria 1. Dermatographism 2. Solar urticariab 3. Cold urticariab 4. Cholinergic urticariab C. Angioedema (hereditary and acquired)b II. Systemic diseases A. Urticarial vasculitis B. Hepatitis B or C infection C. Serum sickness D. Angioedema (hereditary and acquired) a A small minority develop anaphylaxis. b Also systemic. The common physical urticarias include dermographism, solar urticaria, cold urticaria, and cholinergic urticaria.

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  • get a raw deal - to receive unfair or bad treatment The secretary got a raw deal when she was forced to work late everyday. get a rise out of (someone) - to tease or have fun with someone by making him or her angry or annoyed We got a rise out of the teacher when we opened the window in the cold weather. get a slap on the wrist - to receive a light punishment for doing something wrong The judge gave the boy a slap on the wrist and decided not to punish him severely for his crime. get a suntan - to make your...

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  • Diagnosis of acute pediatric sinusitis must be made on the basis of signs, symptoms, and clinical examination. Laboratory tests may be normal even in complicated sinusitis (Pitkäranta et al. 1999; Hytönen et al. 2000), and radiolog- ical fi ndings do not necessarily correlate with a child’s clinical condition. Pathological fi ndings are frequently found in plain radiographs, CT, and MRI of children with common colds, and also in children without symptoms of a respi- ratory infection (Kronemer and McAlister 1997; American Academy of Pediatrics 2001; Schwartz et al.

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  • Thehemolysateofthe AntarcticteleostGobionotothen gibberifrons(family Nototheniidae) contains two hemoglo-bins (Hb 1 andHb 2). The concentration of Hb 2 (15–20% of the total hemoglobin content) is higher than that found in most cold-adapted Notothenioidei. Unlike the other Antarctic species so far examined having two hemoglobins, Hb 1 and Hb 2 do not have globin chains in common. Therefore this hemoglobin system is made of four globins (two a-and twob-chains). The complete amino-acid sequence of the two hemoglobins (Hb 1,a 1 2b 1 2 ;Hb 2,a 2 b 2 2 ) has been established. ...

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  • A common physiological response of organisms to environmental stresses is the increase in expression of heat shock proteins (Hsps). In insects, this process has been widely examined for heat stress, but the response to cold stress has been far less studied.

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  • Catching cold"--Sitting on the floor--Kicking the bedclothes off--Inadequate head covering--Subjecting baby to different temperatures suddenly--Wearing rubbers--Direct infection--Acute nasal catarrh--Acute coryza--Acute rhinitis--"Cold in the head"--"Snuffles"--Treatment of acute nasal catarrh, or rhinitis, or coryza, or "cold in the head," or "snuffles"--Chronic nasal catarrh--Chronic rhinitis--Chronic discharge from the nose--Nervous or persistent cough--Adenoids as a cause of persistent cough--Croup--Acute catarrhal laryngitis--Spasmodic croup--False croup--Tonsilitis--Angina--Sore throa...

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  • Bacterial cold shock proteins (CSPs) regulate cellular adaptation to cold stress. Functions ascribed to CSP include roles as RNA chaperones and in transcription antitermination. We present the crystal structure of the Bacil-lus caldolyticus CSP (Bc-Csp) in complex with hexathymidine (dT6)ata resolution of 1.29 A ˚ .

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  • Cold shock proteins (CSPs) form a family of highly conserved bacterial proteins capable of single-stranded nucleic acid binding. They are suggested to act as RNA chaperones during cold shock inhibiting the formation of RNA secondary structures, which are unfavourable for transcription and translation.

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