rotavirus

Measles, which still kills about 90,000 people around the world every year, isn't the only microbe making a comeback.

Rotavirus infection is a very contagious, resulting in gastroenteritis, fever, vomiting, and diarrhea — sometimes severe enough to cause life-threatening dehydration.

When some of the public hears about vaccines today, they may think of Andrew Wakefield's fraudulent links to autism or Jenny McCarthy’s use of her Hollywood megaphone to polarize the issue as well as encourage the spread of an anti-

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Screen Shot 2014-06-12 at 12.16.25 PMOn rare occasions, a new vaccine or drug will work so well