Examples of flu in a Sentence
He came down with a bad bout of the flu.
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The last time the U.S. experienced a back-to-back fall in life expectancy, in 1962 and 1963, a bad flu season was to blame, Bob Anderson, chief of mortality statistics at CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, said in an interview.
Set against the backdrop of the birth of jazz and the Spanish flu, King Zeno tells the story of an army veteran, a jazz cornetist, and a Mafia widow, whose trajectories are twisted by a musically motivated ax murderer.
The concept of man flu, as commonly defined, is potentially unjust.
In these cases, the infection may go undetected or cause mild, flu-like symptoms.
Grooms Lee, the city's young marshal (chief of police), was home in bed, suffering from dengue fever, a virulent form of the flu.
Scientists predict this year's flu season is going to be a rough one.
The common cold may not be enough to shift your cycle, but both temporary sickness (for example a severe flu) and chronic conditions (such as polycystic ovary syndrome) can throw it out of whack.
Although 70,000 people died in the U.S. from the Asian flu between 1957 and 1958, scientists believe that the Hong Kong flu easily could have killed one million without the vaccine.
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