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  1. Fever, also called pyrexia, abnormally high body temperature. Fever is a characteristic of many different diseases. For example, although most often associated with infection, fever is also observed in other pathologic states, such as cancer, coronary artery occlusion, and certain disorders of the blood.

  2. Fever in Adults - Harvard Health

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    Welcome to this symptom guide about fever. Sorry to hear you have a fever! This guide is intended for adults who have an abnormally elevated temperature. Although we think of normal body temperature as 98.6 degrees F, body temperature varies -- and s...

  3. Fever (1999) - IMDb

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    Nov 30, 2000 · An art teacher spends his nights painting. One night he hears noises in the loft over his. Investigating, he discovers an interloper, who claims he is going to rent the area despite the landlord's earlier assurances that he would not rent the area.

    • 2 min
  4. Fever - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    In a state of great excitement, fervor, or agitation. The crowd's cheering was at fever pitch when the band finally appeared on stage. The warm-up speaker will have the crowd at fever pitch by the time you get on stage.

  5. Amazon.com: Fever: A Novel (9781451693423): Keane, Mary Beth ...

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    From the bestselling author of Ask Again, Yes, a novel about the woman known as “Typhoid Mary,” who becomes, “in Keane’s assured hands…a sympathetic, complex, and even inspiring character” (O, The Oprah Magazine).

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    • Mary Beth Keane
  6. Fever in babies and children | BabyCenter

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    A fever is a higher-than-normal body temperature. It’s usually a sign that the body is waging a war against infection. Here’s how to tell when you need to be concerned about a fever: If your baby is under 3 months old and has a temperature of 100.4 degrees F or higher, call the doctor immediately.

  7. Persistent low grade fever: Causes and treatments

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    A fever is when the temperature rises above a normal range. A low grade fever occurs when the body temperature becomes very slightly elevated, usually between about 100.5°F and 102.2°F. The fever...

  8. Fever | healthdirect

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    A normal temperature is around 36-37°C, although it depends on your age, what you’ve been doing, the time of day and how you take the measurement. You probably have a fever if your temperature is measured at 38°C or over. A high temperature is normally caused by: viral respiratory infections, like colds and flu

  9. Fever in Cats: Symptoms and Treatments

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    Causes of a Fever in Cats An increase in body temperature above normal is called hyperthermia. Abnormal or unregulated hyperthermia in cats may result from being in a very warm environment or...

  10. High Fever in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatments

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    The word “fever” is typically used to describe elevated body temperature caused by infection or inflammation. A temperature of more than 103 F is considered a dog fever, although it can be 103 if a...