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    Scarlet Fever Scarlet fever is an infectious disease that can develop with strep throat. It can be spread from person to person (contagious). Scarlet fever seldom causes any long-term problems. CAUSES This condition is caused by a bacteria called Streptococcus pyogenes. You can get scarlet fever by breathing in droplets from an infected person's cough or sneeze. You can also get scarlet fever by touching something that was recently contaminated with the bacteria and then touching your mouth,

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    Sullivan, and she was thankful for her patience and the opportunities she was given while working with Anne. Helen Keller was not born blind; she had an illness called Scarlet Fever that caused her to be blind and deaf for the rest of her life. Scarlett Fever marked the turning point in Helen's life for the worst. It is one thing for this fever to leave people blind or deaf, but she was cursed with both of these unfortunate disabilities. She never gave up on her dreams because she knew she could accomplish

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    Gerolamo Cardano

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    solve the cubic condition it would never be published. In 1552 Cardano was hired to become a doctor at St.Andrews, the archbishop hired him. While a doctor Cardano helped several well-known people in Europe. He diagnosed King Edward the 4th with scarlet fever. With his astrologist skills Cardano predicted that King Edward world live until the average age of (55years 3 months 17 days). On returning to Italy Cardano lived in Pavia. He gained a reputation for being: a heavy gambler, a cheat, and other

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    Chicken Pox With Works Cited

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    bean family and resembles the look of the swollen pox, or from the Old English gican, meaning “to itch” (7). Before chickenpox was classified as a disease it was confused with other similar diseases such as smallpox, measles, German measles, and scarlet fever. They all had a typical rash, and they were known as acute exanthems or “a disease characterized by an eruption or rash, from the Latin and Greek word exanthema, meaning ‘to break out,’ or, originally, ‘to bloom.’” Many people were misdiagnosed

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    References Dickens, Charles, Dombey and Son. First published in 1848, Reprinted in Penguin Classics in 1985. Gaskell, Elizabeth, Mary Barton. First published in 1848. Reprinted in Penguin Classics in 1985. Pelling, Margaret, Cholera, Fever, and English Medicine 1825-1865. Oxford University Press, 1978. Russell, WMS, Biology and Human Affairs: A British Social Hygiene Council Publication. "Biology and Literature in Britain, 1500-1900. . . " Pages 50-72. Smith, F.B., The People's

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    of seven children born to Samuel and Nancy Edison. Edison's early life was spent in Ohio near the nation's busiest grain port. He spent time exploring the canal and played near his father's shingle business. When Alva was a child, he had scarlet fever. The fever damaged his hearing and delayed his entrance into school. Edison was curious about the world around him and always tried to teach himself through reading and experiments. Alva spent three years in home schooling. He was taught by his mother

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    worked as a house wife all her life taking care of her thirteen children. While living at home she doesn't remember much about the roarin' 20's, but she does have some vivid memories of the depression in which she endured. Her mother died of scarlet fever when she was only a young girl, but her father remarried before she was out of the house. Her stepmother would hire her out as help for people to assist with the financial aspect of the families needs. One of these jobs was for a man by the name

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    Little Women

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    letter from Mr. March during the Civil War. Eventually, the girls grow and begin to follow their own aspirations in hopes of accomplishing their dreams. Soon enough, Meg and Beth both come back to carry for their families, and Beth also dies of scarlet fever. Amy and Jo continue on in their own artistry, but soon conform to society’s idea of womanhood and also marry their respective partners. At the end of the book, the girls are reunited once again, as a family, just as they always have been. My

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    died the family moved to a small town along the Hudson River and he stayed there until 1835 which is when he went to the Albany Classical School for a year or so. Herman’s mother was left alone to raise eight children. When Herman was 7 he had scarlet fever in and it left Melville with permanently weakened eyesight. Richard Henry Dana wrote a book called “Two Years Before the Mast”. That book was published in 1840, and was at once talked of everywhere. Melville must have read it at the time. The next

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    Mary Barton: A Tale of Manchester Life

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    giving birth to 6 children, with 4 surviving. Besides raising the 4 surviving children, Gaskell worked with her husband to aid, comfort, and minister to the poor of Manchester. In 1845, Gaskell suffered the haunting loss of her only son to scarlet fever at just nineteen months old. With the encouragement of her husband, Gaskell turned her grief towards writing, and her literary career began. Over the course of her literary career, Gaskell wrote “six novels, several nouvelles, a biography,

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