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Cold Sores/ Fever Blisters / Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Cold sores are tiny and painful blisters filled with fluid. Triggered by a virus, they generally appear around the lips, nose or mouth. They are also known as fever blisters.

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Herpes – A Risk for Alzheimer's Disease
Highlights:
  • A link between Alzheimer's disease and herpes virus has been identified.
What Causes Alzheimer's Disease may Protect from Herpes Infection
The protein crucially involved in the development of Alzheimer's-disease may protect from herpes infection, research at the Massachusetts General Hosp.....
Structure of Herpes Virus Tumor Identified
The structure of herpes virus that is linked to Kaposi's sarcoma, a type of cancer has been identified for the first time by the UCLA research team.
How Herpes Simplex Virus Changes When Passed on to Others?
Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is a highly contagious infection that commonly causes oral and genital lesions. A new study explores how herpes si.....
Herpes Virus Inherited From Ancestors Thousands of Years Ago
A small number of human ancestors, one from about 24,000 years ago, have been responsible for transmitting ancient strains of the virus to individuals.....


Cold Sores - Causes Outbreak Symptoms Treatment FAQs
Herpes labialis presents as a blister or cluster of small blisters that appear at the corner or edge of the lips which are painful and reddish purple in color... Read More



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