WASHINGTON â Cover your mouth when you cough. Wash your hands frequently.
And don't knowingly expose yourself to those infected with an illness you may have thought was a thing of the past.
At Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C., the campus has been shut down for an early Christmas break as a result of a major outbreak among students and staff. Some of the 30 infected with the bacterial disease at Bob Jones reportedly had been vaccinated against the illness as infants, suggesting those inoculations are not holding up after 20 years.
The fall semester officially ended prematurely â a full week before the scheduled date....
"I charge that they (medical men) have encouraged superstition and humbug by the germ theory of disease. I do not question the existence of infinitesimal microorganisms, but they are the result not the cause of disease. They are scavengers, their legitimate work is to clean out the sewers of our bodies. Whenever their is decay, pus or decomposing matter these little life-scavengers are doing their work of neutralisation, sanitation and purification. They feast upon effete decaying animal matter. They are beneficial helpers to an important end."