Why was it called Yellow Fever? Great question. Because when I see yellow suits I develop a fever for want of them and it would make sense that you might say I have "yellow fever" and'd be mistaken.  Apparently. Google told me this: "Yellow fever is a viral disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. Yellow fever can lead to serious illness and even death. It is called 'yellow fever' because in serious cases, the skin turns yellow in color. This is known as 'jaundice.'" So that's all terrible news. Though I do remember when our baby was born our midwives said he looked a bit jaundiced and when testing his skin, he, in fact was and this why: immature...

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