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What are the causes of Rubella?

Rubella is an infection, that can be transmitted by inhaling droplets that get into the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks. Rubella can also spread by direc (MORE)

Rubella and pregnancy?

If the expecting mother has rubella during the first 13 weeks of pregnancy there is a 90 % chance it will effect her baby. This could range from the fetus having a mild abnorm (MORE)

What causes rubella?

Rubella, also called German measles, is an infection usually caused by a person inhaling droplets containg the rubella virus from coughs or sneezes of infected persons.

How do you prevent rubella?

Immunize your child against rubella when he's about 12 - 15 months of age. Then ensure he gets a booster around the age of 6. As with all immunizations, there may be mild side (MORE)

What are the symptons of rubella?

There are many symptoms that are associated with rubella, but you don't necessarily have to have all of the symptoms to have the disease. A partial list of symptoms: . Flu (MORE)

Can rubella be prevented?

Vaccination is the best way to prevent rubella and is normally required by law for children entering school. Rubella vaccine is usually given in conjunction with measles and m (MORE)