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  • How Is Pneumonia Treated?
    Children who are dehydrated or have an underlying illness and any infant under a month with pneumonia should be hospitalized.

  • How Serious Is Pneumonia?
    The lowest survival rates are in the very elderly -- particularly those with other medical problems -- and the very young. About 20% of stillborn and very early infant mortality deaths are due to pneumonia. Small children who develop pneumonia are at risk for developing lung problems in adulthood.

    Mumps Virus Vaccine Live is an active immunizing agent used to prevent infection by the mumps virus. It works by causing your body to produce its own protection (antibodies) against the virus infection (child health).

  • Pneumonia.Net
    Pneumonia.Net offers free information about Bacterial & Viral Pneumonia and its diagnosis, prevention, & treatment, plus facts about Respiratory Diseases, Pneumonia in children, the Pneumonia Vaccine & herbal remedies.

  • What Is Pneumonia and What Causes It?
    Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lung caused by infection with bacteria, viruses, and other organisms (child health).

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