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    The Mumps Research Paper

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    The Mumps Verus The People You are in your nice warm comfortable bed trying to relax but you can’t because you are dealing with a high fever, you can’t eat anything that is given to you, and you look like a hamster, yes an actual hamster. It takes you weeks to recover and so you lay in your nice warm comfortable bed useless. The Mumps was a serious illness back in the 1960’s, it left thousands of victims useless for weeks. This illness lead to many cases of miscarriages, it also took manys people hearing however with the help of an amazing scientist there was a cure that helped save many of people worldwide. The Mumps vaccine was one of the most powerful and useful vaccinations during the 1960’s, because it helped save millions of lives.…

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    Writing Assignment 2: The Mumps Glen was a normal guy. He was a handsome young man with his whole life ahead of him. Glen loved to party all night on the weekends. However, one unfortunate night would change his life for the next few days. After a few drinks in, he met this girl named Beth. Beth was known for being with numerous guys, but that didn 't bother Glen. That night, Glen and Beth engaged in an intense makeout session. Little did Glen know, that Beth had the mumps. Glen was unaware…

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    seven to twenty-one days.The first to appear are high fever, cough, runny nose, and conjunctivitis. Two to three days after the symptoms start, Koplick spots appear. Three to five days after symptoms appear, a rash develops starting on the face and working down the body. Measles can be spread from four days before and four days after the rash appears (CDC, Measles, 2015). Measles affected residents in eight states, Canada, and Mexico. No specific date was listed as to when the cases in Mexico…

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    Mumps is a contagious disease that is caused by a virus. It is transmitted from person to person through saliva, nasal secretions, and close personal contact. Mumps primarily affect the parotid glands or the salivary glands. The hallmark symptom of the mumps is swollen and tender salivary glands under the ears on one or both sides. Other symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches, tiredness, and loss of appetite. Symptoms typically appear 16-18 days after the infection, but this period can…

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    Mumps Research Paper

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    and is transmitted into the blood than spread to parts of the body. mumps virus has history, symptoms, and duration. First of all, mumps is an acute viral illness. Mumps gland which of common infectious diseases that afflict children inflammation and has a long incubation period. Also, It is a pair of salivary glands located behind the cheeks and below the ears. Parotitis and orchitis were described by Hippocrates in the 5th century BCE in 1934. Euclid Hippocrates was born to the…

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    3/3/2018 Mumps Mumps is a contagious disease caused by a virus that passes from one person to another through saliva, nasal secretions, and dose contact. A person that is affected can spread the disease by sharing items like cups and eating utensils, touching objects/ surfaces without washing their hands, or coughing, and sneezing. The condition affects the salivary glands also called the Parotid glands. These glands are responsible for producing saliva. There are three sets of salivary…

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    Mumps Vaccination Report

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    Year to year mumps can range from a couple hundred to a couple thousand people? Mumps is virus that causes swelling to the face. In 2010 there were about 2,612 cases and in 2013 there were 229 prior to the U.S. mumps vaccination program implemented in the United States was about 186,000 cases were reported each year. Since the pre-vaccine era, there has been more than 99% decrease in mumps cases in the United States. Mumps was one of the leading causes of hospitalization during World War 1.…

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    Mumps a disease that caused by Paramyxovirus. It started by fever, headache and tiredness. It could spread to transmitted by airborne respiratory droplets are coughs or sneezes, also by kissing or shared drinks or someone infected touching their nose or mouth and then passing it onto a surface that someone else may touch. This disease are children that older than 15 could have mumps, in most of the world had occurred and is common everywhere else. In the USA it peaks in late winter to early…

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    Although there are vaccinations to prevent highly infectious diseases, researchers claim that one out of eight children in America are susceptible to getting infected with measles. Measles is a viral disease that is “one of the most contagious of the vaccine-preventable diseases”. According to the World Health Organization, in 2013, measles was responsible for 400 deaths a day globally. The infected person can easily transmit the disease by direct contact or through the air after sneezing or…

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    Measles and Mumps and Rubella! Oh, My! Throughout the history of time in all parts of the world people have always been getting sick. One man began to wage war against these deadly viruses in 1796 with a vaccination against smallpox. Edward Jenner noticed that during this outbreak of smallpox the milkmaids were not getting sick. He then began to develop his miracle drug. His new vaccination consisted of a sample known as cowpox, an illness common to cows and milkmaids. Jenner injected his first…

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