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Measles is an infectious disease of the respiratory system with fever, cough, sneezing, a runny nose, red eyes, and generalized skin rash. Because it is caused by a virus, there is no treatment for measles except rest and plenty of fluids.

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Measles Outbreaks in Texas
Texas cities are increasingly susceptible to large measles outbreaks, revealed study. The growing number of children arriving at Texas schools unvacci.....
Key Areas of Measles Virus Polymerase to Target for Antiviral Drug Development Discovered
Targeting specific areas of the measles virus polymerase was found to fight the measles virus and be used as an approach to developing new antiviral d.....
Targeting Measles Virus Polymerase Aids to Develop New Drugs
Targeting key areas of measles viral polymerase can help fight measles virus effectively and be used as an efficient method to develop new antiviral d.....
Measles Elimination Requires Political Support, Strong Public Health Systems
Strong political support and public health systems are essential to fight measles outbreaks, which are growing in frequency worldwide, argue public he.....
Measles Vaccine Provides Health & Schooling Benefits in LMICS Kids
Measles-vaccinated children found to have significantly higher HAZ (Height for age) scores in India, BMIZ (BMI-for-age) and WAZ (weight-for-age) score.....

Measles | Rubeola - Causes, Symptoms, Complications, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention
Measles is a viral infection with symptoms of fever,and rashes. Measles is prevented by vaccination and staying away from the infected individuals... Read More

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