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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.
Analysis: Get ready for the vaccine — they’re never simple

Analysis: Get ready for the vaccine — they’re never simple

Experts highlight triumph over polio and hope to do the same for COVID-19

Experts highlight triumph over polio and hope to do the same for COVID-19

India's Serum Institute gears up to make millions of doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine

India's Serum Institute gears up to make millions of doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine

New review confirms effectiveness of MMR, MMRV and MMR+V vaccines

New review confirms effectiveness of MMR, MMRV and MMR+V vaccines

Attitudes towards vaccination vary significantly across Europe

Attitudes towards vaccination vary significantly across Europe

Study: One-third of younger people in São José do Rio Preto lack antibodies against measles

Study: One-third of younger people in São José do Rio Preto lack antibodies against measles

Deaths of Chinese children, adolescents from infectious diseases prior to COVID-19 found to be rare

Deaths of Chinese children, adolescents from infectious diseases prior to COVID-19 found to be rare

New Australian pilot program to monitor the effects of flu vaccines

New Australian pilot program to monitor the effects of flu vaccines

Social media users most misinformed about vaccines

Social media users most misinformed about vaccines

Measles re-emerging globally

Measles re-emerging globally

Researchers map key atomic structures in measles, mumps, flu and RSV

Researchers map key atomic structures in measles, mumps, flu and RSV

England reports highest rates of mumps

England reports highest rates of mumps

Social media more likely to provide misinformation about vaccines

Social media more likely to provide misinformation about vaccines

Coronavirus tests public health infrastructure in the heartland

Coronavirus tests public health infrastructure in the heartland

UMSOM experts call for influenza vaccinations to prevent outbreaks in U.S. border detention centers

UMSOM experts call for influenza vaccinations to prevent outbreaks in U.S. border detention centers

Survey finds US adults see vaccines as less important than they did in 2001

Survey finds US adults see vaccines as less important than they did in 2001

ART may not be completely effective in restoring immune protection, study suggests

ART may not be completely effective in restoring immune protection, study suggests

California's vaccine policy improved immunization coverage

California's vaccine policy improved immunization coverage

Novel HIV vaccine shows promise

Novel HIV vaccine shows promise

Measles heralds state of emergency in Samoa

Measles heralds state of emergency in Samoa