Well, what in the nation do they call it the MUMPS for?
Well, these kind of mumps is a kind of a harrow, as you may say -- and it ain't no slouch of a harrow, nuther, you come to get it hitched on good.
Why, the gentry stops to look at him; but you won't catch Mumps a-looking at the gentry much,--he minds his own business, he does.
Mumps one pound, that is what I have put down, but I daresay it will be more like thirty shillings -- don't speak -- measles one five, German measles half a guinea, makes two fifteen six -- don't waggle your finger -- whooping-cough, say fifteen shillings" -- and so on it went, and it added up differently each time; but at last Wendy just got through, with mumps reduced to twelve six, and the two kinds of measles treated as one.
Send your soldiers at once to open the dungeon door, or you shall have mumps before the morning sun has risen on the hills of Jolliginki.
These are the soul's mumps and measles and whooping-coughs, and those who have not caught them cannot describe their health or prescribe the cure.
In 1977, ACIP recommended 1 dose of mumps vaccine for all children aged [greater than or equal to] 12 months (4).
The Hawaii DOH originally reported 14 confirmed mumps cases statewide in April 2017, but the number of confirmed cases has increased by more than 4,000% since that time.
Savea is thought to have contracted mumps from All Blacks wing Rieko Ioane, who received treatment for it earlier during the All Blacks' tour.
html) CDC identifies mumps as a contagious disease that begins with a few days of headaches, fatigue, loss of appetite and fever.
Doctors say mumps often spreads at universities and other places where young people mix socially.
Mumps is a viral infection that primarily affects the salivary glands.