How to use Pox in a sentence

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  • A lot of children catch chicken pox in pre-school.

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  • But the Campaign to Protect Rural England said that the planning bonanza will bring " a pox on the countryside " .

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  • My three-year-old daughter has not had chicken pox but is also showing no symptoms.

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  • They took tissue from everyone who received a small pox inoculation.

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  • Outcomes Children identify some illnesses eg rubella, chicken pox and some conditions eg boils, tooth decay caused by microorganisms.

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  • Would my son who has chicken pox be able to fly?

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  • Click here for answer This is shingles caused by the herpes zoster virus which also causes chicken pox.

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  • If you are pregnant and develop chicken pox or are in contact with someone who has it, you should consult the doctor.

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  • Hence, it has been termed the ' French pox ' or the ' French disease ' [morbus gallicus] .

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  • Usually the decision to vaccinate, except for fowl pox, should be made on the basis of area experience and expert advice.

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  • Use of the restriction enzyme Eco RI was used to distinguish between sheep and goat pox isolates.

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  • Farmers are being encouraged to ensure against possible outbreaks of foot and mouth disease, sheep pox, avian influenza and swine fever.

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  • All three seals are close to release weight and all have now recovered from seal pox.

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  • Chicken pox An infectious disease that makes you break out in tiny blisters which then scab over.

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  • I had severe Chicken Pox, which I caught from my son Matthew, prior to the conception of my second son, Henry.

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  • Squirrel pox was found last summer by the Moredun Research Institute near Edinburgh in gray squirrel pox was found last summer by the Moredun Research Institute near Edinburgh in gray squirrels coming across the border from Cumbria.

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  • Patients taking systemic steroids, who have not had chicken pox, should avoid close personal contact with chicken pox or herpes zoster.

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  • Jenner reasoned that the pox contracted by dairymaids could be used to impart immunity to others.

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  • In 1796, he extracted fluid from the pox on the hand of a dairymaid named Sarah Nelmes—who had caught the condition from her cow Blossom—and injected the fluid into a cut in eight-year-old James Phipps's arm.

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  • Rabbit pox Rabbit pox is a viral disease that closely mimics rabbit syphilis.

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  • Father Fined For Blocking Pox Jab A father has been fined for refusing to have his children vaccinated against smallpox.

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  • My dog has sores on her body that really look like chicken pox.

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  • No, to the best of my knowledge, dogs do not get chicken pox.

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  • For example, scientists have the capability to put small pox vaccine into the DNA of tomatoes.

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  • Theoretically, the benefit would be that everyone who ate one of those tomatoes would be vaccinated against small pox quickly, painlessly, and inexpensively.

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  • All upgrades for the currently unlocked weapons will be available for purchase from Pox's lab.

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  • Allow the game to idle at the mission selection screen and Pox will make various remarks.

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  • Now you can go to Pox's lab to get upgrades for all of your unlocked weapons.

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  • The child should stay away from children who have recently received live virus vaccines such as chicken pox and oral polio since they may be contagious to people with a low blood cell count.

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  • Scratching the pox can cause bacterial infection that can lead to permanent scars.

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  • New mothers also are at higher risk for toxic shock syndrome, as are those who have recently had chicken pox.

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  • In addition, he recommended this form of treatment for chicken pox, insect bites, arthritis, snake bites, and even burns.

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  • An outbreak of Small Pox killed thousands of prisoners along with many city residents.

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  • Chicken pox usually gets better on its own.

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  • The most common of these are chicken pox and the related virus shingles.

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  • Each are characterized by red and itchy blisters, but chicken pox will start on the face and spread downwards, while shingles tends to be localized and the blisters are red, crusty and often painful.

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  • Common rashes caused by viruses are chicken pox and shingles.

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  • While related, chicken pox is usually suffered in childhood, while shingles affects adults.

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  • Chicken pox first shows up on the face and then spreads downwards, whereas shingles will be more localized.

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  • Not every rash outbreak is allergy related, such is the case with the measles or chicken pox.

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  • If a rash is accompanied by high fever, fatigue and cold symptoms, measles or chicken pox may be present.

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  • Rashes from the pox are very itchy and fluid filled.

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  • Chicken pox is extremely contagious, normally amongst children rather than adults.

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  • Once you're had chicken pox once, you've built up a lifetime of immunity and shouldn't be at risk again.

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  • Regardless of how itchy the rash may be, take extra care not to break any fluid filled blisters or pox, as this will only spread the condition and make healing more cumbersome.

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  • During the smallpox epidemic of 1721 he attempted in vain to have treatment by inoculation employed, for the first time in America; and for this he was bitterly attacked on all sides, and his life was at one time in danger; but, nevertheless, he used the treatment on his son, who recovered, and he wrote An Account of the Method and further Success of Inoculating for the Small Pox in London (r 721).

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  • Most rashes are caused by virus infections - some of them have names (e.g. chicken pox) but many are just nameless viruses.

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  • Anyway - he's got the sock pox - which can't be good can it?

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