A viral infection that affects people of all ages. It is highly contagious and characterized by symptoms like fatigue, congestion, and runny nose.
Viral infection characterized by fluid-filled pimples. It spreads easily through the air and can remain suspended in the atmosphere for hours.
Risky for pregnant women, as it can lead to severe complicate in newborns. Transmission commonly occurs through bodily fluids like urine and saliva.
A common cause of sore throat in both children and adults. It is primarily transmitted through airborne droplets from sneezing or coughing.
Through sexual intercourse and contact with bodily fluids of an infected person. Although most individuals clear the virus within a few months.
The kissing disease, is primarily transmitted through direct or indirect contact with infected saliva. The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), a type of herpes virus.
Spread through respiratory droplets, posing a significant risk to unvaccinated. Vaccination remains crucial in preventing measles-related deaths.
Viral infection spread through saliva and respiratory droplets, emphasizing the importance of vaccination in preventing its transmission.