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Mumps is a viral disease characterized by fever, headache, muscle weakness, stiff neck, loss of appetite, swelling and tenderness of one or more of the salivary glands situated along the angle of the jaw and inside the mouth, including the parotid gland located within the cheeks just below the front of the ear.
Measles heralds state of emergency in Samoa

Measles heralds state of emergency in Samoa

Legislation and rising incidence of vaccine preventable diseases – the connection explored

Legislation and rising incidence of vaccine preventable diseases – the connection explored

Study shows how measles virus causes immune amnesia

Study shows how measles virus causes immune amnesia

New analysis provides insight into dangerous conditions in U.S. immigrant detention centers

New analysis provides insight into dangerous conditions in U.S. immigrant detention centers

Lab-grown, testosterone-producing cells could help treat hypogonadism

Lab-grown, testosterone-producing cells could help treat hypogonadism

30 percent of the world’s children not protected against rubella

30 percent of the world’s children not protected against rubella

Australians traveling overseas urged to make sure their measles vaccinations are up to date

Australians traveling overseas urged to make sure their measles vaccinations are up to date

UK government considers compulsory immunization for all school children

UK government considers compulsory immunization for all school children

Facebook takes a stand against Anti-vaxxers and vaccine misinformation

Facebook takes a stand against Anti-vaxxers and vaccine misinformation

As measles outbreak fades, N.Y. sets in motion new rules on school vaccinations

As measles outbreak fades, N.Y. sets in motion new rules on school vaccinations

Study highlights the need to better understand immunity against mumps virus

Study highlights the need to better understand immunity against mumps virus

Measles back in UK three years after elimination

Measles back in UK three years after elimination

Study provides 'strongest evidence' yet for autism being a genetic condition

Study provides 'strongest evidence' yet for autism being a genetic condition

Australia leads the world in childhood immunization coverage

Australia leads the world in childhood immunization coverage

Number of fully-immunized Australian kids hits record high

Number of fully-immunized Australian kids hits record high

Public health leaders issue statement asserting its commitment to vaccine acceptance

Public health leaders issue statement asserting its commitment to vaccine acceptance

U.S. measles outbreak worst in 25 years

U.S. measles outbreak worst in 25 years

Measles vaccination for all to prevent future disease outbreaks

Measles vaccination for all to prevent future disease outbreaks

Study reveals a better way to help increase support for vaccinations

Study reveals a better way to help increase support for vaccinations

UGA researchers create statistical method to better predict disease reemergence

UGA researchers create statistical method to better predict disease reemergence