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Mumps is an infection caused by the mumps virus. Symptoms can include fever, muscle pain, and swelling of the parotid gland, while complications can include pancreatitis or meningitis. Find the latest research on mumps here.

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Environmental Science and Pollution Research International

Effects of extreme meteorological factors on daily mumps cases in Hefei, China, during 2011-2016

Environmental Science and Pollution Research InternationalDecember 14, 2019
Huabing WuFen Huang
JAMA Pediatrics

Clinical Practices for Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination Among US Pediatric International Travelers

JAMA PediatricsDecember 10, 2019
Emily P HyleRegina C LaRocque
Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics

High risk of mumps infection in children who received one dose of mumps-containing vaccine: waning immunity to mumps in children aged 2-5 years from kindergartens in Jiangsu Province, China

Human Vaccines & ImmunotherapeuticsJanuary 25, 2020
Xiang SunYuanbao Liu

Erythema multiforme, Stevens Johnson syndrome, and toxic epidermal necrolysis reported after vaccination, 1999-2017

VaccineDecember 25, 2019
John R SuMaria V Cano

Coverage rates and timeliness of nationally recommended vaccinations in Swiss preschool children: A descriptive analysis using claims data

VaccineDecember 4, 2019
Rahel SchneiderChristoph R Meier

Vaccination Programs for Adults in Europe, 2019

VaccinesJanuary 24, 2020
Dimitrios C CassimosHelena C Maltezou
Food & Function

Effects of regular and decaffeinated roasted coffee (Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora) extracts and bioactive compounds on in vitro probiotic bacterial growth

Food & FunctionJanuary 24, 2020
Amanda Luísa SalesAdriana Farah

2016-2017 Arkansas mumps outbreak in a close-knit community: Assessment of the economic impact and response strategies

VaccineDecember 11, 2019
Jamison PikeFangjun Zhou
Journal of Ethnopharmacology

Liu Shen Wan inhibits influenza a virus and excessive virus-induced inflammatory response via suppression of TLR4/NF-κB signaling pathway in vitro and in vivo

Journal of EthnopharmacologyJanuary 24, 2020
Qinhai MaZifeng Yang

Vaccination coverage and immunity levels against vaccine-preventable diseases in male Air Force recruits in Greece

VaccineNovember 26, 2019
Helena C MaltezouDimitrios Hatzigeorgiou
Pediatric Dermatology

Intralesional immunotherapy for pediatric warts: A review

Pediatric DermatologyJanuary 14, 2020
Jaime R FieldsJennifer J Schoch
PloS One

Antibodies against measles and rubella virus among different age groups in Thailand: A population-based serological survey

PloS OneNovember 27, 2019
Nasamon WanlapakornYong Poovorawan

Evaluation of Immunity to Measles in a Cohort of Medical Students in Rome, Italy

VaccinesDecember 19, 2019
Luca CoppetaAntonio Pietroiusti
Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health

Measles Resurgence in Europe: Migrants and Travellers are not the Main Drivers

Journal of Epidemiology and Global HealthDecember 20, 2019
Wei-Yee Leong, Annika Beate Wilder-Smith
BMJ Case Reports

Diagnosing inborn error of immunity following the presentation of a complicated acquired infection after MMRV vaccine administration

BMJ Case ReportsJanuary 24, 2020
Lama AlZoebieMusaab Ramsi
Acta Médica Portuguesa

Post Vaccine Rubella During a Measles Outbreak: Clinical Case

Acta Médica PortuguesaDecember 19, 2019
Luísa GraçaAntónio Sarmento

Vaccines in adults

MedicinaDecember 22, 2019
Mirta Roses, Pablo E Bonvehí
Wiadomości lekarskie : organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lekarskiego

Measles outbreaks: they are preventable but keep progressing dangerously

Wiadomości lekarskie : organ Polskiego Towarzystwa LekarskiegoDecember 21, 2019
Vladyslav A SmiianovOlga I Smiianova
Acta Paediatrica

Health care utilisation and measles, mumps, rubella vaccination rates among children with an extended postnatal home visiting programme in a disadvantaged area in Stockholm, Sweden - a three-year follow-up

Acta PaediatricaJanuary 21, 2020
B BurströmK Burström
PLoS Medicine

The 2016 California policy to eliminate nonmedical vaccine exemptions and changes in vaccine coverage: An empirical policy analysis

PLoS MedicineDecember 24, 2019
Sindiso NyathiNathan C Lo

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