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John Hereford took issue with that statement, drawing on his own observations as a medical laboratory technician involving cases of spinal meningitis that triggered septic shock.
Some of the emergencies that have been encountered over the years are flooding, malnutrition, fire disaster, cholera outbreak, Cerebral Spinal Meningitis (CSM) among others and it should not be a State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) affair only, Adeniyi stated.
Born on January 31, 1956 and taught to read by the age of four, Lydon was a clever boy confined to bed for a year from the age of seven while he recovered from spinal meningitis.
Spinal meningitis occurs when the fluid-filled membranes (meninges, men-IN-geez) that cover the brain and spinal cord become infected and swollen.
But Barack And Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage reveals how a life threatening illness to daughter Sasha - when it was feared she had spinal meningitis - brought the couple together.
Swine flu is a mediocre condition when compared to at least five other pandemics gripping certain parts of the world - cholera, spinal meningitis, ebola, and AIDS, the largest infectious disease in the world.
A rapid nationwide plague inflicts spinal meningitis throughout the country.
a young man under 30 with 26 patents; a young woman near death from spinal meningitis at birth is now excelling in a business school in a wheelchair; Olympics-style pin-trading; 18,000 take part in food drive; kids travel to compete from Korea, Scandinavia, South America, Canada, Great Britain; other great stories of creative thinking, overcoming obstacles, leadership and critical problem solving by youth.