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 Why would lung dieases be more common in a large uban area than a remote rural area?
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Is this just scaremongering or a real threat

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 Why are people scared to hug or kiss a person with HIV?

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 Can you catch a cold by going out in the rain?
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 Is there a way that I Could get rid of EVERY germ (Bacteria/virus) in my body?
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 Chicken pox in an adult?
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 Temperature at 105?
Oh my goodness! my son has a temperature at 105! i called the doc and he has to return my call..
is there any danger?
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 WIll french kissing give you HIV?
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 What would happen if you just swallowed a LITTLE bleach?
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 I was just wondering, it it ok to take a shower if you have the cold/flu?
My grandma says that it is wrong and in doing so it could be fatal....


 My Brother got Chicken pox 11 days ago .. now he's recovering 80% .. but i don't know i wheather will get it .
cuz i don't have any before ... i always did not share food or bed with him when he's having and i tried to avoid to him .. what is the percentage that i will likely get ?

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 If a person has HIV and they drink your coke and then you drink it again and then they drink it again.?
Can I possibley get HIV through that by sharing drinks. Please email me back a.s.a.p. for the answer.

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College Kid
Is it possible to get mumps even if you were vaccinated when you were a child?
                     




violetbutterfly13
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Yes! New studies have shown that the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine only lasts about 10 years.


morsy83
MMR Vaccine is a viral vaccine againest measels , Mumps and rupula viruses and it gives a life long protection againest mumps and rupula without posters , BUT , if the vacine was not good at the time u recieve it , or ur immunity become weaker u may get mumps again , u have to go for a your Dr.


superobotz
yes. The vaccine itself might infect you, or the vaccine might wear off.


*Dancer*
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yes


seraphinaballerina
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Yes. Viruses change. You were vaccinated for a particular strain, and you can get mumps from a different enough strain.

This is why there are flu shots every year.


Doing the Right Thing
yes. it's rare, but sometimes the vaccine doesn't work.


rich5v5
yes there are diff strands the vaccination needs boosters after a while


clairmelville
No vaccine is 100% effective. Also, if u r exposed to a different strain of mumps than the one u were immunized against.
I know loads of people (including myslef)who have had mumps despite being immunized.
Mind u, immunisations are still pretty much essential.


obscuremagic
yeah. on the Today show recently, they mentioned that young adults between the ages of 18 and 20-something, should get a second mumps shot. At the time they were given the shots, only one was given, but now the medics believe a second shot should be given as well.
also, other than that i think it can wear off or the disease can mutate and you can become suseptable to it again later in life.


Older&Wiser
Yes, it happened to a friend of mine recently. But it wasn't a bad case.


Eddie's Wife
yeap....sure can!


i need a vacation
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Yes. The vaccination does not always work or it wears off.


adey
Yes in the middle west many are getting mumps when they were vaccinated. Also chicken pox are going around and both there shots wear off.


wildstar_2
Yes.


lil_miss_cant_be_wrong
Sure! Why not? Mumps are fun!


Bornredprincess
Yes


trisha2006
Yes, I have a friend who caught twice.


MR. Tumnus
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Yes, the news the other day said that this is a different strand so people who got the vaccination could still get it.


julzbaby
yes I think so. Sometimes with some people the vaccine doesn't last a lifetime. When I was in the hospital after the birth of my last child, they tested me for all sorts of routine things. And said I didn't have resistance to measles,mumps, and rubella (MMR). My childhood shot wore off. So they gave me a booster. So, YES it is possible to get one of those if you're one of the people who's bodies didn't retain the immunization. I know there is a big outbreak in Iowa and the midwest. It would be best to go talk to a Dr. and see if you need a booster.


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