A 46-year-old mother of three died earlier this week from complications of pneumonia and the flu. Nicole Arnold, whose pastor's husband Scott had asked his Facebook friends for prayers on Sunday, had complained of fever when she was taking care of other family members who were suffering from her, the Palm Beach Post
reported hate you! "Arnold himself had posted on the 23rd of August." Can anyone say, "The school is back in session, bring the germs."
She confirmed in a follow-up order that the disease had manifested itself in her a "domino effect" at the Arnold House, which concerned her three girls who had just begun their freshman, freshman and middle school years.
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"Everyday this week, I was with a pediatrician with one or the other child, making a double take and saying," Were not you here yesterday? " was a joke of today, "she wrote on August 24.
On Sunday, Arnold's condition had deteriorated and she had to be taken to the hospital. Her husband, a pastor in the Jupiter Church, reported that she had been diagnosed with Type A influenza and pneumonia.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Type A and B influenza viruses cause seasonal epidemics of disease almost every winter. The emergence of a new and other influenza A virus can trigger an influenza pandemic.
The CDC said a flu vaccine can protect against influenza A infection but does not protect against infections and diseases caused by other viruses.
"They sent her to Jupiter Hospital, while the family still has illness with Kaitlyn and Alexis, who are running a low temp tonight," Scott Arnold wrote on August 26. "I was still on the countdown for a week and on medication with symptoms – not the best start to the school year, but we know God has a plan."
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Early Monday he had announced that his wife was in intensive care, only to update hours later that she had died.
"This morning, my wonderful wife has passed from this life to the eternal, Nicole has given me the most beautiful years of her life together with 3 beautiful girls, her heart has given up today, but I know that she had everything she had God gave to me and our family, "he wrote. "I will always love Nicole and promise to be the best father for our children."
Members of her church and community have begun to raise money in her honor.
Palm Beach County's Department of Health confirmed the death of a Jupiter woman, possibly due to flu-related causes, WPTV reported.