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Norovirus is a contagious virus that causes stomach pain, nausea and diarrhea.
BREAK Alexandra was the sole shareholder of Miss Contagious and could have used a tax break for entrepreneurs to pay just 10% tax on the assets.
Importantly, they have discovered that the urge to yawn -- our propensity for contagious yawning -- is individual to each one of us.
This suggests the call isn't an invitation to play, but a contagious emotion that puts kea in a playful mood, much like human laughter, researchers suggested.
The authors imply, without saying directly, that financial pressures drive contagious presenteeism.
There have been fluke cases of cancer transferring from person-to-person through a cut during a surgery, a laboratory sample in contact with a cut finger and an organ transplant, but it is otherwise not contagious.
In May, Contagious said it has reached a deal to take over Digitote for around EUR 5 million.
The clinically diagnosed contagious agalactia cases were confirmed by PCR analysis for Mycoplasma agalactiae.
Meeting resident representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Syria Elizabeth Hoff, Yazigi said the early warning program has been very effective in uncovering contagious cases early, and that the Ministry's cooperation with various sides helped stop the spread of epidemic diseases and preserve public health.
The problem with confined places such as jails is that a contagious bug runs wild.
The provincial livestock department is making all-out efforts to conduct proper vaccination of the animals and save them from contagious diseases, he added.
According to studies and research, the lab coats could transmit contagious diseases.