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Can Japanese Encephalitis Be Prevented Through Vaccination?

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a viral brain infection that is spread through mosquito bites. It is most common in rural areas of Asia and the Western Pacific. While most infections are mild or without symptoms, a small percentage can lead to severe illness, including inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), which

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What Are The Risks Of Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination?

Japanese encephalitis poses a significant health risk, particularly in parts of Asia. While not prevalent in the UK, awareness of this viral infection is crucial for travellers to affected regions. The Japanese encephalitis vaccine offers preventive measures against this potentially life-threatening disease. Before opting for vaccination, it’s essential to comprehend

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Exploring Causes Of Japanese Encephalitis While Travelling Abroad

Travelling to new and exciting destinations can be a thrilling experience, but it’s essential to be aware of potential health risks that may come up in unfamiliar places. One such concern is Japanese Encephalitis (JE), a viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Understanding the causes of Japanese Encephalitis is important for

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Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination for Children: What Parents Should Know

Each year, children are given routine vaccines by the NHS to help protect them from potentially deadly diseases. In addition to these, there are several recommended vaccinations that parents can opt to get for their children through provide providers like pharmacies. Deciding which additional vaccinations to get for your children

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Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination

What to Expect After Getting Vaccinated Against Japanese Encephalitis

Spread through the bites of infected mosquitos, Japanese Encephalitis is a virus that causes swelling in the brain. It’s most commonly found in Southeast Asia, India, the Pacific Islands, and Australia. Most people who are infected with the virus won’t suffer any serious complications. However, those who do contract a

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Is Japanese encephalitis contagious?

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a very serious viral brain infection. Unlike some other viruses, it can’t be spread from person to person or through droplets in the air. Instead, it’s spread through the bites of infected mosquitos. The disease is found most often in southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands and

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Symptoms of Japanese Encephalitis

What Are The Japanese Encephalitis Symptoms In Adults?

Japanese Encephalitis, or JE, is a mosquito-borne virus that causes brain inflammation and belongs to the same genus as yellow fever, West Nile virus, and dengue fever. The first documented case of JE was in Japan in 1871 and each year there are nearly 70,000 cases worldwide. It’s most commonly

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Japanese Encephalitis Symptoms

How to avoid Japanese encephalitis in the summer?

Japanese encephalitis is a serious viral brain infection that can cause permanent brain damage. The virus starts in animals like birds and pigs and is carried to humans through mosquitos who have previously bitten an infected animal. There’s no cure for Japanese Encephalitis so if you’re infected, the only kind

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When Do I Need A Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine?

Japanese Encephalitis is a viral brain infection caused by mosquito bites. The virus comes from birds and pigs which are bitten by a mosquito that becomes infected and then transmits the disease to humans. Both children and adults are able to contract Japanese encephalitis. If you are looking for the

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