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The viruses subcategory is also known as viral infections.
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07 Jul 2014 – Common colds are caused by over 200 viruses & are very common. Learn more about the common cold & how our immune systems fight them off here.
05 May 2014 – Tips on how respiratory tract infections, such as colds, flu and bronchitis, can be prevented, often by simple practices like washing your hands
22 Jun 2012 – Bronchiolitis is caused by viruses, including the flu and cold viruses. Learn more about the causes of bronchiolitis here.
22 Jun 2012 – Read about how laryngitis is caused by cold & flu viruses, & how other viruses can cause laryngitis in those with weaker immune systems.
22 Jun 2012 – Bronchitis is caused by viruses, including the common cold and flu viruses. Learn more about the cause of bronchitis here.
22 Jun 2012 – Tonsillitis is often caused by the same bacteria that cause a sore throat, but it can also be caused by viruses, such as the flu. Learn more about tonsillitis.
22 Jun 2012 – Read about the causes of pneumonia, including viruses (such as the flu virus), bacteria and sometimes fungi. Also read about the causes of pneumonia in children.
Subcategories and conditions of viruses
- Chickenpox (varicella)
- Cold sores (herpes simplex, lip)
- Cytomegalovirus retina inflammation (cytomegalovirus retinitis)
- Epidemic encephalitis (brain inflammation) (Epidemic encephalitis)
- Genital herpes (herpes simplex, genital)
- German measles (rubella)
- Herpes simplex, eye (herpes simplex, ocular)
- Herpes zoster, eye (zoster ophthalmicus)
- HIV/AIDS (HIV/AIDS)
- Measles (measles)
- Mumps (mumps)
- Polio (poliomyelitis)
- Rabies (rabies)
- Rotavirus diarrhoea (rotaviral diarrhoea)
- Shingles (herpes zoster)
- Yellow fever (yellow fever)