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Protect against japanese encephalitis with vaccination

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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japanese encephalitis vaccination risks and side effects

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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Understanding japanese encephalitis before your trip

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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