There are rumors that she might turn out to be Typhoid Mary
, a classic "Daredevil" villain.
It had been a gift from a Japanese girl in my kindergarten called Yoshi, whom I would forever after remember as my own Typhoid Mary
So what would motivate dozens of well-educated Britons to swallow a vial full of the germs that made Typhoid Mary
We have designed a lesson plan using the historical episode of Typhoid Mary
to engage students in the learning and application of Koch's postulates to the field of epidemiology as well as drawing attention to how scientists offered insight to public understanding of the spread of disease.
Based on a Mary Beth Keane novel, it tells the story of the first-known healthy carrier of typhoid fever, known as Typhoid Mary
as she spread the disease across early 20th century New York.
Mind you, in hindsight, it looks like giving the gong to Green in the first place might have been like giving Typhoid Mary
an award for services to medicine.
Filled with historical photos and images of primary source documents such as newspapers, fliers, and handwritten papers, Fatal Fever goes way beyond telling the infamous story of Typhoid Mary
When six members of one household almost died, the cook vanished--and thus began a hunt for Typhoid Mary
The story of Mary Mallon, better known as Typhoid Mary
, was passed off as one of intentional harm, when in reality she didn't believe she was a danger to anyone.
Mary Mallon (September 23, 1869--November 11, 1938), better known as Typhoid Mary
, was the first person in the United States identified as an asymptomatic carrier of the pathogen associated with typhoid fever.
If you're sick, you need to stay home; you're not a martyr, you're Typhoid Mary
While a scalp full of crawlies won't make a youngster feel off colour, sending an untreated child to school who is the Typhoid Mary
of the nits world will certainly make you the least popular parent at the school gates.