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Ebola hemorrhagic fever, more commonly known as Ebola, is a viral infection that causes symptoms including high fever, unexplained bleeding or bruising, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle pain and weakness, abdominal pain and se... More »

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As of November 2015, the cause of Kawasaki disease is unknown. It may be caused by a virus or bacteria in combination with genetics, though a specific virus has not been found, according to the National Heart, Lung and B... More »

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Protecting oneself from the Ebola virus can be as simple as staying away from areas in which outbreaks are occurring. For those who do not have this option, extreme care should be taken to avoid contact with the saliva, ... More »

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