BY DAVID, BRYAN AND ALEX BRYAVIDEX There are twenty-one types of measles. Some are Pertussis, Tetanus and Hepatitis B Rubeola Measles are an infection in the respiratory system. The Measles are highly contagious. The virus stays on clothes and spreads on whoever touches the clothes. There is no specific treatment just lots of fluids and rest. In 1963 ten years after Gypsy had the measles. The first vaccine was licensed in the U.S. When having the measles one of the symptoms is your eyes get very sensitive to the light. One out of ten victims out of 64,500 people go blind when having the measles if exposed to light for only .25 of a second. Chiggers are small blood-sucking mites that unlike mosquitoes their bites last for up to three weeks.
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