“We have a pandemic, but we are changing motherhood by fighting back against HIV Aids,” she told party guests.
pandemic influenza poses recurrent danger to people everywhere.
If there is a pandemic to be actually worried about, it's the pandemic of fear as we approach the midterm elections.
In 2009 nearly all influenza cases were caused by the pandemic H1N1 virus, driving the previously dominant H3N2 underground.
Along with slick TV coverage, the Internet has sparked a pandemic of poker fever throughout the world in less than a decade.
The World Health Organization has raised its pandemic alert level to Phase 5.
pandemic, pan-dem′ik, adj. incident to a whole people, epidemic.
Uranian Aphrodite was distinguished from her pandemic sister by chastened lust-repelling loveliness.
The disease is nearly always epidemic, though at intervals it appears to be pandemic and in certain districts almost endemic.
The evidence that the great epidemics of influenza are due to some general and pandemic influence is conclusive.
pandemic pan·dem·ic (pān-děm'ĭk)
Epidemic over a wide geographic area. n.
A pandemic disease.
A widespread epidemic affecting a large part of the population.