Mononucleosis

It most often occurs in adolescents, anywhere from 15 to 19 years of age, although it can affect those in any age group. Humans are the only known reservoir for EBV, so logically the infection can spread among humans. Spread usually requires close contact, most commonly transmitted through saliva, one reason why it is often also called the 'kissing disease'. Overall the virus has very low transmissibility and does not occur in epidemics. Isolation is not necessary.

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Mononucleosis It most often occurs in adolescents, anywhere from 15 to 19 years of age, although it can affect those in any age group. Humans are the only known reservoir for EBV, so logically the infection can spread among humans. Spread usually requires close contact, most commonly transmitted through saliva, one reason why it is often also called the 'kissing disease'. Overall the virus has very low transmissibility and does not occur in epidemics. Isolation is not necessary. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/health-concerns/mononucleosis/
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Mononucleosis
It most often occurs in adolescents, anywhere from 15 to 19 years of age, although it can affect those in any age group. Humans are the only known reservoir for...
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