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Doting parents-in-law Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan are looking after Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai who is down with high fever and has been advised bed rest by doctors. Explaining the condition of his daughter-in-law, Big B stated that there is a high fever and an infection in the throat, cannot talk, cannot swallow.
4 Mar 2010
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From Album - 1994 - Parchman Farm Blues ...By STUDIO DELTA Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use."
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*******www.feverinchildren**** for more information and advice on fever in children. From the causes and main symptoms, to the treatment and handling of high fever in children.
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A cold is a type of infection that may be caused by exceptional varieties of viruses. Some of the commonplace signs and symptoms of a cold are headache, runny nostril, cough, high fever, itchy eyes, sore throat, frame aches and so on.
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The feel when you bath in cold water with a high fever in your body. By the way, hey, how water and fire come dancing together yet?
23 Apr 2019
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In Ghana, a country in West Africa, Malaria kills 20,000 children every year. One out of every four childhood death before the age of five is due to Malaria. 12 year old Donald Agulo lives in Gumongo, a village in the Upper East Region "My mother had six children. Two died and now we are four" His mother, Apripey Anyyongubire recalls: "One evening, I realized my child had high fever. I took him to a clinic but nobody was there. So I took him to another clinic but on the way home, he got convulsion. I cried for help and rushed to an herbalist but the child died on the way." In order to protect children from Malaria, with more than 3 million US dollar funding from the people and the Government of Japan since 2004, UNICEF supports the Ghana Health Service to provide Insecticide Treated Nets to children and pregnant women. A community health volunteer, Robert Azerko makes house visits on a blue bicycle provided by UNICEF. He explains to a pregnant woman the importance of sleeping under the net to prevent malaria. Felicia Mahama is UNICEF health officer. "In the Upper East region, the use of the net is 26-29% which is still low. Our main challenge here is behaviour change communication on the use of bednets" Apripey explains: "We used to say that when you eat too much oil, pawpaw, shea fruits or roasted millet, you get malaria. Now with the use of the mosquito net we still eat all of these and yet we do not get malaria" Today, Donald and his mother know how to protect themselves and the young children. They all sleep under the net. The insecticide Treated Nets can reduce child death by 20%. The net will prevent millions of children in Ghana from suffering from Malaria and allow them to grow up healthy.
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Patients -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 544: Narrated 'Aisha: (the wife of the Prophet) Allah's Apostle said, "No calamity befalls a Muslim but that Allah expiates some of his sins because of it, even though it were the prick he receives from a thorn." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 545: Narrated Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri and Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "No fatigue, nor disease, nor sorrow, nor sadness, nor hurt, nor distress befalls a Muslim, even if it were the prick he receives from a thorn, but that Allah expiates some of his sins for that." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 546: Narrated Kab: The Prophet said, "The example of a believer is that of a fresh tender plant, which the wind bends lt sometimes and some other time it makes it straight. And the example of a hypocrite is that of a pine tree which keeps straight till once it is uprooted suddenly. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 547: Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah's Apostle said, "The example of a believer is that of a fresh tender plant; from whatever direction the wind comes, it bends it, but when the wind becomes quiet, it becomes straight again. Similarly, a believer is afflicted with calamities (but he remains patient till Allah removes his difficulties.) And an impious wicked person is like a pine tree which keeps hard and straight till Allah cuts (breaks) it down when He wishes." (See Hadith No. 558, Vol. 9.) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 548: Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah's Apostle said, "If Allah wants to do good to somebody, He afflicts him with trials." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 549: Narrated Aisha: I never saw anybody suffering so much from sickness as Allah's Apostle -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 550: Narrated 'Abdullah: I visited the Prophet during his ailments and he was suffering from a high fever. I said, "You have a high fever. Is it because you will have a double reward for it?" He said, "Yes, for no Muslim is afflicted with any harm but that Allah will remove his sins as the leaves of a tree fall down." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 551: Narrated 'Abdullah: I visited Allah's Apostle while he was suffering from a high fever. I said, "O Allah's Apostle! You have a high fever." He said, "Yes, I have as much fever as two men of you." I said, "Is it because you will have a double reward?" He said, "Yes, it is so. No Muslim is afflicted with any harm, even if it were the prick of a thorn, but that Allah expiates his sins because of that, as a tree sheds its leaves." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 552: Narrated Abu Muisa Al-Ash'ari: The Prophet said, "Feed the hungry, visit the sick, and set free the captives." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 553: Narrated Al-Bara bin Azib: Allah's Apostle ordered us to do seven things and forbade us to do seven other things. He forbade us to wear gold rings, silk, Dibaj, Istabriq, Qissy, and Maithara; and ordered us to accompany funeral processions, visit the sick and greet everybody. (See Hadith No. 104) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 554: Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah: Once I fell ill. The Prophet and Abu Bakr came walking to pay me a visit and found me unconscious. The Prophet performed ablution and then poured the remaining water on me, and I came to my senses to see the Prophet. I said, "O Allah's Apostle! What shall I do with my property? How shall I dispose of (distribute) my property?" He did not reply till the Verse of inheritance was revealed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 555: Narrated 'Ata bin Abi Rabah: Ibn 'Abbas said to me, "Shall I show you a woman of the people of Paradise?" I said, "Yes." He said, "This black lady came to the Prophet and said, 'I get attacks of epilepsy and my body becomes uncovered; please invoke Allah for me.' The Prophet said (to her), 'If you wish, be patient and you will have (enter) Paradise; and if you wish, I will invoke Allah to cure you.' She said, 'I will remain patient,' and added, 'but I become uncovered, so please invoke Allah for me that I may not become uncovered.' So he invoked Allah for her." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 556: Narrated 'Ata: That he had seen Um Zafar, the tall black lady, at (holding) the curtain of the Ka'ba. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 557: Narrated Anas bin Malik: I heard Allah's Apostle saying, "Allah said, 'If I deprive my slave of his two beloved things (i.e., his eyes) and he remains patient, I will let him enter Paradise in compensation for them.'" -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 558: Narrated 'Aisha: When Allah's Apostle emigrated to Medina, Abu Bakr and Bilal got a fever. I entered upon them and asked, "O my father! How are you? O Bilal! How are you?" Whenever fever attacked Abu Bakr, he would recite the following poetic verses: 'Everybody is staying alive among his people, yet death is nearer to him than his shoe laces." And whenever the fever deserted Bilal, he would recite (two poetic lines): 'Would that I could stay overnight in a valley wherein I would be surrounded by Idhkhir and Jalil (two kinds of good smelling grass). Would that one day I would drink of the water of Majinna and would that Shama and Tafil (two mountains at Mecca) would appear to me.' Then I came and informed Allah's Apostle about that, whereupon he said, "O Allah! Make us love Medina as much or more than we love Mecca. O Allah! Make it healthy and bless its Mudd and Sa for us, and take away its fever and put it in Al'Juhfa." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 559: Narrated Abu 'Uthman: Usama bin Zaid said that while he. Sad and Ubai bin Ka'b were with the Prophet a daughter of the Prophet sent a message to him, saying. 'My daughter is dying; please come to us." The Prophet sent her his greetings and added "It is for Allah what He takes, and what He gives; and everything before His sight has a limited period. So she should hope for Allah's reward and remain patient." She again sent a message, beseeching him by Allah, to come. So the Prophet got up. and so did we (and went there). The child was placed on his lap while his breath was irregular. Tears flowed from the eyes of the Prophet. Sad said to him, "What is this, O Allah's Apostle?" He said. "This Is Mercy which Allah has embedded in the hearts of whomever He wished of His slaves. And Allah does not bestow His Mercy, except on the merciful among His slaves. (See Hadith No. 373 Vol. 2) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 560: Narrated Ibn Abbas: The Prophet went to visit a sick bedouin. Whenever the Prophet went to a patient, he used to say to him, "Don't worry, if Allah will, it will be expiation (for your sins):" The bedouin said, "You say expiation? No, it is but a fever that is boiling or harassing an old man and will lead him to his grave without his will." The Prophet said, "Then, yes, it is so." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 561: Narrated Anas: A Jewish boy used to serve the Prophet and became ill. The Prophet went to pay him a visit and said to him, "Embrace Islam," and he did embrace Islam. Al-Musaiyab said: When Abu Talib was on his deathbed, the Prophet visited him. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 562: Narrated 'Aisha: During the ailment of the Prophet some people came to visits him. He led them in prayer while sitting. but they prayed standing, so he waved to them to sit down. When he had finished the prayer, he said, "An Imam is to be followed, so when he bows, you should bow. and when he raises his head, you should raise yours, and if he prays sitting. you should pray sitting." Abu Abdullah said Al-Humaidi said, (The order of ) "This narration has been abrogated by the last action of the Prophet as he led the prayer sitting, while the people prayed standing behind him' -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 563: Narrated Sad: I became seriously ill at Mecca and the Prophet came to visit me. I said, "O Allah's Apostle! I shall leave behind me a good fortune, but my heir is my only daughter; shall I bequeath two third of my property to be spent in charity and leave one third (for my heir)?" He said, "No." I said, "Shall I bequeath half and leave half?" He said, "No." I said, "Shall I bequeath one third and leave two thirds?" He said, "One third is alright, though even one third is too much." Then he placed his hand on his forehead and passed it over my face and abdomen and said, "O Allah! Cure Sad and complete his emigration." I feel as if I have been feeling the coldness of his hand on my liver ever since. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 564: Narrated 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud: I visited Allah's Apostle while he was suffering from a high fever. I touched him with my hand and said, "O Allah's Apostle! You have a high fever." Allah's Apostle said, "Yes, I have as much fever as two men of you have." I said, "Is it because you will get a double reward?" Allah's Apostle said, "Yes, no Muslim is afflicted with harm because of sickness or some other inconvenience, but that Allah will remove his sins for him as a tree sheds its leaves." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 565: Narrated 'Abdullah: I visited the Prophet during his illness and touched him while he was having a fever. I said to him, "You have a high fever; is it because you will get a double reward?" He said, "Yes. No Muslim is afflicted with any harm, but that his sins will be annulled as the leave of a tree fall down." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 566: Narrated Ibn 'Abbas: Allah's Apostle entered upon sick man to pay him a visit, and said to him, "Don't worry, Allah willing, (your sickness will be) an expiation for your sins." The man said, "No, it is but a fever that is boiling within an old man and will send him to his grave." On that, the Prophet said, "Then yes, it is so." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 567: Narrated Usama bin Zaid: The Prophet rode a donkey having a saddle with a Fadakiyya velvet covering. He mounted me behind him and went to visit Sad bin 'Ubada, and that had been before the battle of Badr. The Prophet proceeded till he passed by a gathering in which 'Abdullah bin Ubai bin Salul was present, and that had been before 'Abdullah embraced Islam. The gathering comprised of Muslims, polytheists, i.e., isolators and Jews. 'Abdullah bin Rawaha was also present in that gathering. When dust raised by the donkey covered the gathering, 'Abdullah bin Ubai covered his nose with his upper garment and said, "Do not trouble us with dust." The Prophet greeted them, stopped and dismounted. Then he invited them to Allah (i.e., to embrace Islam) and recited to them some verses of the Holy Qur'an. On that, 'Abdullah bin Ubai said, "O man ! There is nothing better than what you say if it is true. Do not trouble us with it in our gathering, but return to your house, and if somebody comes to you, teach him there." On that 'Abdullah bin Rawaha said, Yes, O Allah's Apostle! Bring your teachings to our gathering, for we love that." So the Muslims, the pagans and the Jews started abusing each other till they were about to fight. The Prophet kept on quietening them till they became calm. Thereupon the Prophet mounted his animal and proceeded till he entered upon Sad bin Ubada. He said to him "O Sad! Have you not heard what Abu Hubab (i.e., 'Abdullah bin Ubai) said?" Sad said, 'O Allah's Apostle! Excuse and forgive him, for Allah has given you what He has given you. The people of this town (Medina decided unanimously to crown him and make him their chief by placing a turban on his head, but when that was prevented by the Truth which Allah had given you he ('Abdullah bin Ubai) was grieved out of jealously, and that was the reason which caused him to behave in the way you have seen." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 568: Narrated Jabir: The Prophet came to visit me (while I was sick) and he was riding neither a mule, nor a horse. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 569: Narrated Ka'b bin 'Ujara: The Prophet passed by me while I was kindling a fire under a (cooking) pot. He said, "Do the lice of your head trouble you?" I said, "Yes." So he called a barber to shave my head and ordered me to make expiation for that." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 570: Narrated Al-Qasim bin Muhammad: 'Aisha, (complaining of headache) said, "Oh, my head"! Allah's Apostle said, "I wish that had happened while I was still living, for then I would ask Allah's Forgiveness for you and invoke Allah for you." Aisha said, "Wa thuklayah! By Allah, I think you want me to die; and If this should happen, you would spend the last part of the day sleeping with one of your wives!" The Prophet said, "Nay, I should say, 'Oh my head!' I felt like sending for Abu Bakr and his son, and appoint him as my successor lest some people claimed something or some others wished something, but then I said (to myself), 'Allah would not allow it to be otherwise, and the Muslims would prevent it to be otherwise". -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 571: Narrated Ibn Mas'ud: I visited the Prophet while he was having a high fever. I touched him an said, "You have a very high fever" He said, "Yes, as much fever as two me of you may have." I said. "you will have a double reward?" He said, "Yes No Muslim is afflicted with hurt caused by disease or some other inconvenience, but that Allah will remove his sins as a tree sheds its leaves." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 572: Narrated Sad: Allah's Apostle came to visit me during my ailment which had been aggravated during Hajjat-al-Wada'. I said to him, "You see how sick I am. I have much property but have no heir except my only daughter May I give two thirds of my property in charity?"! He said, "No." I said, "Half of it?" He said, "No." I said "One third?" He said, "One third is too much, for to leave your heirs rich is better than to leave them poor, begging of others. Nothing you spend seeking Allah's pleasure but you shall get a reward for it, even for what you put in the mouth of your wife." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 573: Narrated Ibn 'Abbas: When Allah's Apostle was on his death-bed and in the house there were some people among whom was 'Umar bin Al-Khattab, the Prophet said, "Come, let me write for you a statement after which you will not go astray." 'Umar said, "The Prophet is seriously ill and you have the Qur'an; so the Book of Allah is enough for us." The people present in the house differed and quarrelled. Some said "Go near so that the Prophet may write for you a statement after which you will not go astray," while the others said as Umar said. When they caused a hue and cry before the Prophet, Allah's Apostle said, "Go away!" Narrated 'Ubaidullah: Ibn 'Abbas used to say, "It was very unfortunate that Allah's Apostle was prevented from writing that statement for them because of their disagreement and noise." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 574: Narrated As-Sa'ib: My aunt took me to Allah's Apostle and said, "O Allah's Apostle! My nephew is- ill." The Prophet touched my head with his hand and invoked Allah to bless me. He then performed ablution and I drank of the remaining water of his ablution and then stood behind his back and saw "Khatam An-Nubuwwa" (The Seal of Prophethood) between his shoulders like a button of a tent. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 575: Narrated Anas bin Malik: The Prophet said, "None of you should wish for death because of a calamity befalling him; but if he has to wish for death, he should say: "O Allah! Keep me alive as long as life is better for me, and let me die if death is better for me.' " -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 576: Narrated Qais bin Abi Hazim: We went to pay a visit to Khabbab (who was sick) and he had been branded (cauterized) at seven places in his body. He said, "Our companions who died (during the lifetime of the Prophet) left (this world) without having their rewards reduced through enjoying the pleasures of this life, but we have got (so much) wealth that we find no way to spend It except on the construction of buildings Had the Prophet not forbidden us to wish for death, I would have wished for it.' We visited him for the second time while he was building a wall. He said, A Muslim is rewarded (in the Hereafter) for whatever he spends except for something that he spends on building." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 577: Narrated Abu Huraira: I heard Allah's Apostle saying, "The good deeds of any person will not make him enter Paradise." (i.e., None can enter Paradise through his good deeds.) They (the Prophet's companions) said, 'Not even you, O Allah's Apostle?' He said, "Not even myself, unless Allah bestows His favor and mercy on me." So be moderate in your religious deeds and do the deeds that are within your ability: and none of you should wish for death, for if he is a good doer, he may increase his good deeds, and if he is an evil doer, he may repent to Allah." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 578: Narrated 'Aisha: I heard the Prophet , who was resting against me, saying, "O Allah! Excuse me and bestow Your Mercy on me and let me join with the highest companions (in Paradise)." See Qur'an (4.69) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 579: Narrated 'Aisha: Whenever Allah's Apostle paid a visit to a patient, or a patient was brought to him, he used to invoke Allah, saying, "Take away the disease, O the Lord of the people! Cure him as You are the One Who cures. There is no cure but Yours, a cure that leaves no disease." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 580: Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah: The Prophet came to me while I was ill. He performed ablution and threw the remaining water on me (or said, "Pour it on him) " When I came to my senses I said, "O Allah's Apostle! I have no son or father to be my heir, so how will be my inheritance?" Then the Verse of inheritance was revealed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Volume 7, Book 70, Number 581: Narrated 'Aisha: When Allah's Apostle emigrated to Medina, Abu Bakr and Bilal had a fever. I entered upon them and said, "O my father! How are you? O Bilal! How are you?" Whenever Abu Bakr got the fever he used to say, "Everybody is staying alive with his people, yet death is nearer to him than his shoe laces." And when fever deserted Bilal, he would recite (two poetic verses): "Would that I could stay overnight in a valley wherein I would be surrounded by Idhkhir and Jalil (two kinds of good smelling grass). Would that one day I could drink of the water of Majinna, and would that Shama and Tafil (two mountains at Mecca) would appear to me!" I went to Allah's Apostle and informed him about that. He said, "O Allah! Make us love Medina as much or more than we love Mecca, and make it healthy, and bless its Sa and its Mudd, and take away its fever and put it in Al-Juhfa." (See Hadith No 558) .
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September 19, 2008 - Infants, adolescents and young adults are at the highest risk of contracting meningococcal meningitis. Recognizing the symptoms and learning about vaccine prevention can save your child from its terrible consequences. In the hopes of sparing other parents and children from going through this agony, parents joined to form the National Meningitis Association to help educate the public and medical professionals about this devastating disease and how to prevent it. There are about 3000 cases of meningococcal disease every year in the U.S. affecting all age groups. The disease is a serious, potentially fatal bacterial infection. Left untreated, it can progress rapidly, often within hours of the first symptoms, and can lead to shock, and serious complications. Knowing the symptoms can save lives. Prompt action can make the difference between life and death. The symptoms of meningitis include high fever, rash, headache, stiff neck, confusion, nausea, vomiting and exhaustion. For more information on this story and others, visit www.newsinfusion****
19 Sep 2008
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Rheumatoid Arthritis in children is also called Still's Disease. It is being preceded by high fever and chills. Carpal tunnel syndrome will also be experienced by RA patients. If you want to know more about the Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis, please click this link : *******rheumatoidarthritisjoint****/
23 May 2011
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Tamil superstar Rajinikanth was on Wednesday hospitalised for the second time within a week due to high fever and allergic bronchitis
28 May 2011
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Puyo Pop Fever review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Puyo Pop Fever for Nintendo GameCube. It's not Kirby's Avalance. It's not a mean bean machine. This is Puyo Pop, finally under its own name, on a console. And this is the only time this actually happened, so enjoy this while you can. It's the slimiest puzzle action known to man, now suffering a high fever and heart palpitations... or, barring that, pre-set chain reactions that just require you to push the button, Frank. Unleash a slew of ghostly gels on your opponents, or press your luck in the endless modes. Just don't look for much rhyme or reason. Go with the puyo. This video review features video gameplay footage of Puyo Pop Fever for Nintendo GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
3 Oct 2012
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Puyo Pop Fever review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Puyo Pop Fever for Nintendo DS developed by Sonic Team and published by Atlus. It's not Kirby's Avalance. It's not a mean bean machine. This is Puyo Pop, finally under its own name, on a console. And this is the only time this actually happened, so enjoy this while you can. It's the slimiest puzzle action known to man, now suffering a high fever and heart palpitations... or, barring that, pre-set chain reactions that just require you to push the button, Frank. Unleash a slew of ghostly gels on your opponents, or press your luck in the endless modes. Just don't look for much rhyme or reason. Go with the puyo. This video review features video gameplay footage of Puyo Pop Fever for Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
12 Mar 2013
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