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Infectious Diseases :
Yellow Fever

Yellow fever is a common viral disease spread by mosquitoes in Africa and the Americas. The disease causes fever, body aches, nausea, jaundice, and in severe cases, bruising, bleeding nose and gums, and black vomit. There is a vaccine for the disease, but those who have not been vaccinated can die from it.

Learn more about yellow fever by joining our online group – you can ask questions, get answers from experts, and share experiences.

 

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Safe and Effective Vaccine Against Yellow Fever
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India, S.E. Asia Face Imminent Threat From Yellow Fever: WHO
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