Last week, I was lucky enough to contract a flu so violent that it sent me to bed for three days straight, sent all the water that exists in the world directly to my head, and made me see the face of God (shiny!). My muscles had atrophied to the point where I could only crawl to the living room where daytime TV reruns awaited.
Star Wars fans have more than just Episodes 7, 8 and 9 to look forward to. Disney CEO Bob Iger said at the annual shareholders meeting in Phoenix that the company is developing “some standalone movies” featuring Star Wars characters.
LORI CROWN THOUGHT she was doing the right thing last year when she moved to a dryer climate in Bakersfield, California, after being plagued by asthma attacks during her six years in Hawaii. A few months later, Crown, 35, was suffering from severe headaches, a prolonged fever of 102 degreesF, swollen feet and painful bumps on her hands and legs.
It seems no-one in South Africa can fail to be gripped by World Cup football fever.
Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, emerged from a hospital for the first time Friday since seeking medical attention more than a month ago.
Runny nose, persistent chill, fever, fatigue these symptoms are all familiar evidence of influenza. But what about a heart attack, suffered 60 years later?