A shocking incident has emerged from the United States of America. There Marypole McMahon, a 36-year-old healthy woman, died suddenly of the flu. According to the information, the woman was not suffering from any disease. She was completely healthy. Marypole McMahon lived in Boston with her husband and two children. Let us tell you that McMahon was preparing to participate in the Boston Marathon.

Just two days before his death (on 27 December), he completed a 13 kilometer test run to prepare for the marathon competition. The doctor treating McMahon said it was a “one in a million case”. According to information, a week ago, McMahon had also done rooting for Argentina in the World Cup final. And celebrated the first day of Hanukkah with my family.

McMahon was having trouble breathing

According to a media report, McMahon’s health suddenly deteriorated on Tuesday and he started having trouble breathing. After which the family took him to the hospital where the doctors declared him dead after some time of treatment. Ian Meropol, McMahon’s older brother, said, “The doctor’s words, I’ll always remember – ‘It’s one in a million cases of influenza'”. My sister was an incredibly smart, hardworking, driven, she was someone everyone knew would be successful.

Flu affects eight percent of people – CDC

McMahon worked as an executive at American Express and Burberry, according to a media outlet there. The (CDC) said the flu affects about eight percent of people in the US each season. It can cause mild to severe illness.

Know the symptoms of flu

Some of the symptoms listed by the CDC include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headache, and fatigue. The health agency said that some people may also experience vomiting and diarrhoea, although this is more common in children than adults.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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