Monday fever


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Monday fever

[′mən‚dā ‚fē·vər]
(medicine)
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The phenomenon is commonly known as 'Monday Fever,' and textile workers consider it a matter of great concern, according to a recent study by researchers from Aga Khan University.
Exposure, according to experts, causes short-term irritation in the nose, eyes and chest and long-term damage to the lungs leading to chronic respiratory diseases like byssinosis, also called brown lung disease or 'Monday fever'.
The Great Online Shopping Festival is Google's initiative to bring the same Cyber Monday fever to the Indian consumer and kicks off at midnight, December 12, 2012.