How is the spread of epidemics influenced by beliefs about race, gender, and culture? What are the limits of biomedical terminology in describing nonbiological threats?
Today, we will be discussing a disease that has been sweeping the entire world in the past week. and popular discussion have been simply referring to it as “the second great plague.”
With global warming melting the tundras of Siberia, a novel virus has emerged. It blocks your ability to speak. At least three hundred people have already died from not being able to express their needs quickly enough in writing, and two hundred are hospitalised.
Simply put, those who develop Siti go… a little crazy. The brain, for the most part, shuts down in response to severe, crippling dehydration. What’s left has only one goal: to get water.
A month ago, I realized that I had contracted H9N9. Rather than wait for death, I spent countless days and nights trying all sorts of ingredients and combinations. Finally, I found it. It was a miracle. And today, I’m ready to reveal my secret.
FLW1, or Flaw 1, virus leads to alterations in one’s appearance, whether that be an isolated limb or one’s entire body, it does not alter one’s original genome… As of right now there is no cure….
Over the course of the past few months, a number of diseases ran through the world, cutting the population nearly in half. An investigation into these diseases revealed that they were all mutations of a single virus.
This disease is called “meaningfluenza” a viral infection that is believed to be on the verge of spreading around the globe.
On this fine first day of summer, we will chat about the recent, erm, “cooties” disease in children that has been worrying many parents.