- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacterium responsible for several difficult-to-treat infections in humans. It may also be called multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or oxacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (ORSA).
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The Smart Woman’s Guide to Diabetes provides advice, tips, and research from a diverse community of women living with diabetes. It provides practical insight and references for the optimal management of diabetes from women living with the disease as well as doctors, nurses, nutritionists, and educators. The personal anecdotes throughout the book reveal the good and the bad of living with diabetes, including the frustration, sense of shame, sense of isolation as well as the capacity for strength and the opportunity for growth.
The Smart Woman’s Guide to Diabetes lets you know that you are not alone but rather will make you feel like you are sitting in your favorite coffee shop with your friends who share the same disease.
1.A true bug.
2.An insect or similar organism, such as a centipede or an earwig. See Regional Note at lightning bug.
a.A disease-producing microorganism: a flu bug.
b.The illness or disease so produced: "stomach flu, a cold, or just some bug going around" (David Smollar).
a.A defect or difficulty, as in a system or design.
b.Computer Science. A defect in the code or routine of a program.
5.An enthusiasm or obsession: got bitten by the writing bug.
6.An enthusiast or devotee; a buff: a model train bug.
7.An electronic listening device, such as a hidden microphone or wiretap, used in surveillance: planted a bug in the suspect’s room.
v., bugged, bug·ging, bugs.
To grow large; bulge: My eyes bugged when I saw the mess.
a.To annoy; pester.
b.To prey on; worry: a memory that bugged me for years.
2.To equip (a room or telephone circuit, for example) with a concealed electronic listening device.
3.To make (the eyes) bulge or grow large.
bug off Slang.
To leave someone alone; go away.
bug out Slang.
1.To leave or quit, usually in a hurry.
2.To avoid a responsibility or duty. Often used with on or of: bugged out on his partners at the first sign of trouble.
put a bug in (someone’s) ear Informal.
To impart useful information to (another) in a subtle, discreet way.
bugger bug’ger n.
They totally missed a bonus on any floral photo!
They wouldn’t allow photography inside – which was a total bummer. However the lady giving the tour was a trip. There is so much to talk about in that place – and I overheard enough of the tour behind us to know each guide tells a different part of the story. I’d almost like to take tours with all the different guides to get the different perspectives.
Best line ever. "… and the second disease Mercer has was a SOCIAL diease… yes… and what do you think that was? Does anyone have a guess? Anyone? Anyone? Yes… that would be gon-or-eeee-ah. Yes. And the third…"