1. My flight was overbooked. (overbooked = there were too many passengers and not enough seats) 2. My flight was delayed/canceled. 3. My luggage was lost. 4. I was jet-lagged. (= I felt tired because of the time zone difference between my origin and destination) 5. My hotel was in a seedy area. (seedy = possibly unsafe) 6. I was mugged. (= I was robbed on the street) 7. The weather was miserable. 8. I got the runs. (= diarrhea) 9. The place was a tourist trap. (= made only for tourists; not authentic) 10. I couldn't wait to get back home.
There is presently no evidence linking allergies to autism and either in a child with allergies or a mother affected by allergies with a child in uteri.Autism is a very hard diagnosis to receive and parents are looking for a reason why it happened, but we do them a disservice when we point towards false leads and junk science. For example, the vaccine autism connection was refuted when the author of a controversial paper (Andrew Wakefield) was found to have fabricated data in order to make the correlation. Even though the study was discredited, it resulted in vaccination rates going down and a resurgence of measles and whooping cough.