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Everything About Genital Herpes

One in five has genital herpes, and most don’t even know it. Only about one fourth of the 50 million people who have herpes exhibit any symptoms, but whether or not you have symptoms, if you have sex, you’re passing herpes on to your partners.

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Corona The News Sars

The corona virus causes symptoms which include difficulties with breathing, along with fevers and coughs. Even though it is still too early to be claiming the new virus to have pandemic potential, though health officials everywhere are being cautious.

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Causes of Cholera

Here are some that cause cholera, be careful if there are symptoms in you.

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Disease Outbreaks Tied to Imported Foods Increasing, CDC

Disease Outbreaks Tied To Imported Foods Increasing, CDC.

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Vaccinations on The Decline

Some parents are choosing not to vaccinate their kids.

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Dengue Outbreak

A deadly virus that kills.

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Whooping Cough Outbreak

Whooping cough outbreaks in kids who have had their vaccinations have surprised researchers. A recent study showed that kids who haven’t had a booster shot in the last three years are in danger. Whooping cough is extremely contagious and in babies and small children can be fatal. Doctors are now recommending children have a booster shot every three years after the initial vaccinations.

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France Records First E. Coli Death

On 24 June a 78-year-old woman was hospitalized with hemolytic uremic syndrome; it is a rare kidney condition that most seriously ill victims infected by E.coli are suffering from.

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Scarlet Fever: What is It & Should We be Afraid?

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council has warned travelers about the scarlet fever outbreak, among children mostly under the age of 10, in Hong Kong, China, and Macao.

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Mystery Revealed: Can Vegetable Sprouts Explain E.coli Outbreak?

Before you read the news about E.coli bacteria and what is causing it, here is a quick reminder of what are the symptoms for it: severe abdominal cramps, watery diarrhea causing dehydration and leading to bright red bloody stools, feeling tired, mild fever or no fever in some cases and nausea or vomiting.

Remember to get to your doctor right away if you have any of these aforementioned symptoms!!!

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