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Mumps

Mumps is a contagious viral infection, most common in children between 5 and 15 years. These days it’s rare thanks to effective immunisation.

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Mumps in Australia | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Mumps is a contagious infection of the salivary glands, caused by the mumps virus.

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Mumps

Mumps is an infection of the salivary glands caused by the mumps virus.

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Mumps - MyDr.com.au

Find out about the symptoms, treatment, and complications of mumps, as well as how to prevent this disease.

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Mumps | Australian Government Department of Health

Mumps is a highly contagious disease, spread through contact with an infected person. Symptoms including fever and swelling of the face. Mumps can affect people of all ages but can be prevented with vaccination. Mumps has no treatment – most people get better on their own.

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Mumps in children and teenagers | Raising Children Network

Mumps is a viral illness that spreads through saliva from coughing and sneezing. Mumps is rare in Australia because most children are immunised against it.

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Measles, Mumps And Rubella (MMR) Vaccine | SA Health

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine recommendations, possible side effects and how to reduce the side effects

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Mumps - Better Health Channel

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The measles vaccine, explained - NPS MedicineWise

Measles is a potentially dangerous disease that is almost completely preventable through vaccination. Find out why being fully vaccinated against measles is important for you and for others.

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Rubella in Australia

Rubella (also known German measles) is a viral disease. For most people, a rubella infection causes mild illness of fever, rash and swollen lymph glands.

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