Most adults and older children have several respiratory infections each year. Respiratory problems can be as minor as the common cold or as serious as pneumonia. They may affect the upper respiratory system nose, mouth, sinuses, and throat or the lower bronchial tubes and lungs. See a picture of the respiratory system.
A dad-to-be who tried to force his teenage girlfriend to miscarry by forcing detergent down her mouth has been jailed for 11 years. He enlisted the help of his cousin Kydie McKenna, 22, and a year-old girl who cannot be named for legal reasons. They also ripped off one of her nails and poured alcohol over her bloodied face and poured detergent down her mouth when she asked for water. After spending the night at his house in December last year, the victim tried to leave the next morning after discovering Pearson was in a relationship with the female attacker, who was 15 at the time. Pearson snatched her phone from her hand and told her she could not leave, shortly before McKenna arrived in a balaclava and started to choke the victim. Pearson was sentenced to 11 years imprisonment at Harrow Crown Court on Friday after admitting to trying to cause GBH part-way through the trial.
That man, believed to be Clark, also called himself, allegedly making incriminating comments about Devins' murder while simultaneously threatening to kill himself. Police said they were able to track the call to Poe Street in Utica. The officer approached this male, and almost immediately, he began to stab himself in the neck with a knife.
There are many theories why some kids get strep throat repeatedly and lots of advice on how to prevent it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , strep throat is caused by a bacterial infection called group A Streptococcus. When group A strep is a recurring problem, the result can be utter misery. Now researchers at the La Jolla Institute for Immunology LJI have uncovered the first clues as to why some children may frequently contract group A strep. In a study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine on Feb.