When Cotton Fever Comes to the White Cotton Shirt: Why it’s So Dangerous

Cotton fever is a rare, potentially life-threatening respiratory infection that can cause mild to moderate symptoms, including fever, cough, runny nose and diarrhea.

It can also cause a rash and can lead to a severe respiratory infection in which the body can’t fight off the infection.

The only way to treat cotton fever is to get the virus out of the body, and that can be difficult.

Symptoms of cotton fever include fever, sore throat, cough and sore eyes.

It is not contagious, so you can’t get the infection if you aren’t wearing a cotton fabric.

Cotton fever can also be fatal.

Here are some things to know about cotton fever.1.

The disease can be spread through close contact with people, especially in wet conditions.

In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 8,000 people die each year in the United States from cotton fever because of unprotected close contact.2.

Cotton is a very light and flammable fabric that can quickly become a fire hazard.

The heat from a burning cotton fabric can burn you, and the heat from the fire can cause burns to your skin and eyes.

The burn can also lead to other respiratory infections and even lead to death.3.

Cotton can spread a disease called SARS-CoV-2.

In people with SARS, the coronavirus, the virus that causes SARS and coronaviral diseases, the body makes antibodies to fight the virus.

The body makes the antibodies in response to certain bacteria, which then infect the body.

The antibodies then cause inflammation in the body that can lead, in some people, to the onset of the coronasal fever.4.

It’s possible that cotton can cause more severe or more serious symptoms, and even death, if it gets into the lungs, mouth or eyes.5.

Cotton fabrics have been used for thousands of years, but the disease is only recently becoming a global problem.

For example, the pandemic is the first time a virus has spread to the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates and China.

And while cotton fever has been in the news for a while, there’s been little new information about it, so it’s difficult to tell how serious the situation is.6.

Cotton has been a major source of clothing for centuries.

Since cotton was first produced, it’s been used to make clothes for people of all ages.

And since cotton is made of a fibrous, soft, durable material, it can be used in a wide variety of ways.

It also has many uses, including as a textile, a decorative textile, and as a material for clothes.7.

Cotton fabric has a high melting point, meaning it can easily be heated to a high temperature.

This makes it ideal for use in clothing as it’s highly flexible and has excellent stretch.

The cotton fabric has also been used in cooking and cooking utensils, and is also used in clothing.

It has also gained popularity as a textile fabric, and in the past few years, it has been used by women as a replacement for wool, and more recently as a substitute for polyester.8.

It doesn’t have a dry time of five days or more, and it’s usually very mild.

Cotton doesn’t spread very well through water, so if it’s wet, it tends to be more contagious.

It spreads through contact with other people, particularly those with Sars-Cov-2, so the virus can spread more easily if someone is close to you.9.

Cotton was first made from cotton, and so it has the same properties of wool, so people who use it are unlikely to get cotton fever symptoms.10.

If you’re wearing a white cotton shirt, and you notice cotton fever, or a rash on your arms, legs or face, call your doctor.

He or she can examine you and try to figure out what is causing the rash.

If your symptoms are mild or moderate, they may be the result of a viral infection.

If you have any questions about cotton, please contact our toll-free cotton-fever information line at 1-877-934-9955.

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