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- Sneezing: A Symptom or A Symbol?
- "One sneeze, a wish Two sneezes, a kiss Three sneezes, a disappointment Four sneezes, a letter" As my household has spent the past two weeks fighting the fall version of the pit plague crud, in between the God Bless You's and doses of cough medicine,...
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- Giraffe seems to have caught a cold as it sneezes at Kruger National Park
- Incredible photographs have captured the moment an unfortunate bird got a soaking when it was sneezed on by a giraffe. The unlucky oxpecker was clearly in the wrong place at the wrong time when it was caught in a jet of drool from the giraffe's mighty ...
- Early Signs Of Spring Also Mean Early Start To Sniffles And Sneezes
- PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The spring allergy is off to an early start again and experts say it could be a doozy. The Asthma Center measures pollen counts every day. Recently they examined weather patterns, and say a global warming trend will cause an ...
- Claire Trevett: Key faces more colds as farming sneezes
- The very next day Labour's Grant Robertson was asking Finance Minister Bill English about Key's observation that "when the primary sector sneezes, the New Zealand economy catches a cold". The prompt for that was Fonterra's announcement that the milk ...
- MIT scientists filmed 100 sneezes to learn how people spray snot differently
- A study recently published in the journal "Experimental Fluids" reports that sneezes are much more than just big, random explosions of snot.
- High-Speed Camera Captures How Far Sneezes Travel, Could Help Prevent Airborne
- In an effort to understand how certain illnesses spread, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) used high-speed cameras to capture footage of how sneezes distribute into the air.
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