scarlet fever

NOUN
  1. an acute communicable disease (usually in children) characterized by fever and a red rash
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  • I dread the warm season on account of its summer-complaints; and the cold for its croups, scarlet fevers, measles, and whooping cough. Hubert's Wife A Story for You
  • A look back through the meticulously archived school records shows youngsters' sick notes reporting everything from whooping cough, mumps and measles to scarlet fever and typhoid as lethal epidemics tore through the school.
  • She caught scarlet fever before Christmas.
  • She suffered polio, double pneumonia and scarlet fever, which rendered her left leg useless.
  • MANPAD interdiction is not quite like treating scarlet fever with blemish creme, but it’s * sort of* like that. Matthew Yglesias » Tuesday MANPAD Blogging
  • Scales of skin peel off after scarlet fever.
  • Elder flowers are a popular herbal treatment for all bronchial and pulmonary affections, scarlet fever, measles and other eruptive diseases.
  • We vaccinate against scarlet fever
  • When a child is sick with scarlet fever due to a strep throat infection, it is wise to isolate him or her from other family members, especially infants and very young brothers and sisters.
  • Diphtheria, whooping-cough and scarlet fever rapidly declined in advanced countries.
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