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Old 10-06-2018, 03:06 PM   #31
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It is as warm as a hospital out there today. I'm sweating!
What..............Are you in Hospital MG. If you are, well the answer is quite warm up here in Cumbria. Dont know about where you are. John
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Not in hospital. Spent a lot of time visiting when dad and grandmother were alive. They were far hotter then I'd expect them to be. I'm glad I wasn't living in there!
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Hospitals are always too hot, I think it helps the germs to spread further.
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Now i had put that, ready to post, and Heather, read it, and exercised moderation. john
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I agree with Terry about hospitals. You go in with one thing and catch something else.. It is a fact, had it from the horses mouth, so to speak. I know quite few nurses.
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I agree with Terry about hospitals. You go in with one thing and catch something else.. It is a fact, had it from the horses mouth, so to speak. I know quite few nurses.
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My dad died in 1968 at the age of 61. He went into hospital for a minor operation on his foot, caught a bug inside and never came home. We were told at the time he had contracted the same bug that the first heart transplant patient died of.
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