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 My 4 yr old has a 102 fever, what should I do?
My daughter hasn't been sick since she was 2 years old so I don't know about what to do at this age. It's the third day of this. Fever spikes in afternoon and breaks in the middle of ...


 Can anyone tell me ? how long can bacteria and viruses live?
How long can bacteria and viruses live on very dusty surfaces that have not been cleaned for a long time? And what type of bacteria and viruses are most likely to live in these conditions?...


 Sore throat pain for over a week HELP?
What are the symptoms of Strep Throat???
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Does this include scratchy/burning feeling in throat?...


 What is the biggest "no no" people overlook when having a flu?
I got the flu. Just looking for some advice....


 Is it safe to visit a friend in hospial whilst I'm pregnant?
he's on the surgical ward after an operation and I dont want to pick up some weird superbug...?...


 Mono Twice?????
I have had mono twice (two years apart) i was not very sick either time but both times was diagnosed accuratley with blood test. It probably only lasted a day or two both times. But I hear you cant ...


 Human anatomy!!?
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 Whats the best remedy for flu :-(?
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 What does it mean when your food comes back up your throat?
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 Is MRSA a notifiable condition?
Several of my colleagues and I may have been exposed to someone suffering from MRSA today. Our work is trying to keep it quiet within the department.

My question is: Is MRSA a notifiable ...


 (mononucleosis) HOW CONTAGIOUS IS IT?
I was wondering if any one new about mononucleosis? how contagious is it? how do you get it? can it be treated? my main concern is how contagious it is, my daughter just got out of the hospital for ...


 What ar leg ulsers?
what causes them, pleas give me some info if you have had ...


 What is cat scratch fever?
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 What would be the Impact of a flu Pandemic?
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 Is there even the slightest potential of getting AIDS through the sharing of chapstick?
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 What 2 do if i have cold?
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 What happens if you inject the vaccinet to the wrong side of the thigh?
i vaccinated my baby daughter but i think nurse injected in wrong area.
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would still vaccine work?...


 Should you give mouth-to-mouth to a total stranger if you had to?
If so what kind of diseases could you catch from them as a ...


 If one person has a cold in the house can someone else in the same house get the cold to?
my brother in law little girl has a bad cold i babysit her all day could i get her cold? or maybe even get the flu? i cant get the flu shot because i have a reaction from it. i cant getting sick ...


 If I have a staph infection, can my boyfriend giet it from me?
How contagious is a staph infection? Is it likely everyone in the household could get it?...



Camper1
If you had the mumps as a child can you get again?
                     




Isaac
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Yes, but the possibility of it is not high.


docjim
Yes you can, but it is very unusual.


antoy
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mumps is like chicken pox, you get it only once.


Loobyloo
unlikely!


Beautiful L
YES BUT YOUR NOT AT HIGH RISK LIKE YOUR ARE AS A CHILD IS THOUGH.


alyaknatasha2006
Not if you have had your MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccine!!!


purple
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no... you cant not mumps


changeling
If you had it on both sides of your neck -no. If you had it only on one side then you can still get it on the other side.


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Yes, but it's not likely.


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