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The average incubation period for flu type A is 1 to 4 days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some people can remain infectious for up to 7 days. More »

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Rabies was discovered as a human disease by Girolamo Fracastoro, a 16th century Italian physician. The disease has been recognized as an animal disease for thousands of years. The rabies vaccine was developed in 1885 by ... More »

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The life cycle of the rabies virus is transmission, incubation, early symptoms (prodrome period) and encephalitis phase. Rabies is transmitted to a human or other animal through saliva from an infected animal, in which c... More »

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The incubation period for the flu is between one to four days and averages two days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Healthy adults can infect others one day before developing symptoms and up... More »

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The typical incubation period for influenza viruses such as influenza A is about one to four days, averaging about two days, explains the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Healthy adults become infectious about... More »

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