How to use Sneezes in a sentence

sneezes
  • The usual way we catch the virus is to breathe them in on droplets in the air when someone sneezes.

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  • Antihistamines Antihistamines provide quick relief for symptoms such as the sneezes, runny nose, itchy, watery eyes and itchy throats.

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  • Every morning on the threshold of sleep and wake, she sneezes violently.

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  • When she sneezes, she is starting to leave snot on the carpets and walls and everywhere and it is getting hard to keep cleaning it every time I hear a sneeze come from her.

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  • I've noticed he sneezes more when he is very relaxed and lying on his stomach or side, with his head tucked under his arms, or totally relaxed; head at an angle and facing the ceiling.

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  • He sneezes when he gets up from these positions.

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  • If the kitten sneezes roughly once every few days, seemingly at random, it is unlikely that your cat is harboring a significant condition.

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  • Is your cat displaying any cold or flu symptoms alongside the frequent sneezes?

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  • When you click repeatedly on a regular chuzzle, it sneezes.

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  • It is an extremely contagious infection, spread through the tiny droplets that may spray into the air when an individual carrying the virus sneezes or coughs.

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  • A person may be exposed to meningitis bacteria when someone with meningitis coughs or sneezes.

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  • It has been shown that if a person with RSV infection sneezes, the virus can be carried to others within a radius of 6 feet (1.8 m).

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  • The child sneezes often, the eyes are sore, and nasal secretion becomes purulent.

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  • The bacteria that causes TB, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, is transmitted by droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

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  • When an infected person coughs, sneezes, or speaks, tiny fluid droplets containing the virus are expelled.

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  • By increasing your vitamin C intake, you may be able to save yourself a few weeks of feeling terrible while everybody else has the sniffles and sneezes.

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  • Like all influenza strains, H1N1 spreads through direct human contact, including through sneezes and coughs as well as picking up the virus from infected surfaces and then touching your nose or mouth.

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