Thesaurus / fevered


These may include pain at the injection site, fever and chills.
Moreover, drinking contaminated water can cause health issues such as stomach pain, headaches, fever and kidney failure, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Burning up with fever, Susan stuffed her thick, long brown hair into a hazmat suit stuffed with ice packs to say goodbye to her mom.
The vaccine does cause some mild to moderate symptoms, such as pain at the injection site, fever and chills.
What’s more, the vaccine causes side effects—aches and fevers—that may be worse than those that are sometimes suffered by people taking Pfizer’s pneumonia or flu vaccines, Pfizer vaccine research chief William Gruber told Stat.
Before they have a fever or a cough or feel lethargic, the virus has already affected them and they are already shedding large amounts of virus.
They stem largely from coronavirus guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lowering the fever threshold, disqualifying even a single bout of diarrhea or vomiting and making sniffles suspect in group settings.
If you feel sick or have a fever and difficulty breathing, call your doctor or hospital and seek help.
Rice’s previous work on the yellow fever virus led him to suspect that the missing piece was there.
However, the shot may cause a low-grade fever, fatigue or muscle soreness and swelling where the shot was given.


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