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 What is fatigue?
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 Can you get AIDS/HIV by...?
kissing someone with an open ...


 What are the symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?
I have recently moved into a new property..which has acentral heating fitted all new when i moved in..yet it has had to be replaced allready because of a fault in the boiler! I'am concerned ...


 Omg my school has this staph infection going around.I'm so scared.What if i have it?I don't wana go to school!
Tell me about this disease do many die from it wats the percentage i will get it HELP IM SCARED????...


 Is it possible to bring a baby into this world HIV negative when the father is HIV positive?
i saw a show on tv on it left me with the doubt: If a father is HIV positive and gets his wife pregnant, can the mother and the child come out negative with HIV?
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 I observed a woman today with extremly long finger nails. How sanitary is that? Think about that for a minute
I think you all understand the question....."Hint" (bathroom)(germs) (touching people) which she seemed to do alot to show off her nails......


 If you found a cure for a rare disease?
Would you sell it or sit back and take the ADMIRATION for finding the CURE...


 Would you eat your own lips for 2 million quid...!?
cos then you could get a new pair with the money!!...


 I keep getting urinary tract infections. So far, 3 in 2 years. How can I prevent this?
I've been going to the doctor and I get medicine which helps, but then it comes back again and I don't know why. Is there something in my diet I should change? I drink cranberry juice....


 Is it true that a gay person has a higher percentage of being infected with HIV than a straight person?
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 I have cold :-(?

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 My boyfriend has mouth herpes, if I give him a peck on the lips, will I get it?
Our second date is coming up and if I just give him a little peck on the lips, will I catch it? It's dormant right now, but he still has the virus in him...will I catch it?
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 A bat brushed my head. There was no sign of a puncture or any wound at all around where the bat brushed.?
Should I got to the doctor. Do I need a rabies shot?...


 I have a sore throat and a bad sniffle. I have lemon but no honey :-(?
Can I just add a spoon of sugar to take the edge off or will lemon do nothing on its own?...


 Can I buy antibiotics over the counter without prescription for my UTI?
I am from England just so you know. Do you know any particular antibiotics for UTI that will surely work and that I can buy without the need of any prescriptions from the doctor?...


 Chicken pox?
hi does any one know if you can get chicken pox in your mouth?
thanks in advance.
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 Do you suffer from Hay fever?
Must be awful....


 Did my doctor prescribe me the write treatment?
Last week, I tested positive for STREP throat and the doctor gave me amoxcillin (a form of penacillin). I completed my medication yesterday and i have no more pills to take. Today, I went right back ...


 I have a sore throat?
i need it to go away in like 2 days is it possible? please help!!...


 Can Children get Chicken Pox from Shingles?
My dad has shingles, my daughter has been with him all weekend. Can she get chicken pox from shingles?...



elli876
How long does it take to catch a cold?!?
My sister visted me a couple of days ago and is now blaming me for her cold!

How long does it take from coming into contact with it to coming down with symptoms?
                     





ineed2know
depend how good u r at catching !!! :D lol


mayumi1979
Incubation period for a viral cold is less than a week. Before 7 days and depending on how strong your immune system is, you can already see symptoms of the cold.

Best way to prevent flu is by getting your flu shots yearly.

http://ligayah.blogspot.com/2008/09/adulit-immunizations.html


~Machow~
It depends on whether the viruses got inside of you!

Providing they did, you'll notice them within about 6 hours.


sav
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it depends, u usually catch a cold rigfht away but it could take up to a week to feel/ have any symptoms


Tom P
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1 day


ooogan
anywhere from 24 hours to 4 or 5 days for symptoms of a cold/flu to show.


Shaun and Nikolas's Mom.
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It could have been you or someone else.

Does she go out in public? cold viruses are airborne.

And why is she blaming you? she could have left once she saw you were sick.


Rex
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Catching a cold is not as it seems. If you come in contact with a cold pathogen your body may not necessarily become sick. However if your body does not recognize the disguise of the pathogen you will get what we call a cold or other forms of illness. Your body has a long list of things that it is protected against and is why some people get less sick than others. if you do get sick it takes from one hour to 6 hours before you feel the ailments of your sickness


Lilly T
it depends on your white blood cell count the more white blood cells you have the longer it will take if it even does occur 'cause your white blood cells fight off bad things that inhabit your blood the more you have the longer it will take, the avrage person will take any where from a few hours to a few days to catch a cold.


Arthur K
Three days in my experience. Eat lots of Garlic.


threecities
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one 1/billionth of a second


Rob
Depends on how fast you are.


ponymissy15
umm well lets c...op i just got it ~:I


Naila
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i think it depends on your immunity. you might not even catch it and you might just be a carrier

but i think generally if you catch the cold, you start showing symptoms in a week


lil_sprite_77
You "catch" the cold right away, but usually don't exhibit symptoms for 24-48 hours after exposure.


Tina K.
With a common cold, person to person contamination usually occurs. An infected person will pass their virus by leaving their germs on a surface for you to touch later. After touching this surface you touch your nose or mouth, thus picking up the infected person’s germs. You can also catch a cold by encountering or breathing secretions someone has sneezed into the air.
So you can usually catch a cold automatically when you come into contact with cold germs, but don't show signs until 48 hours later.


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