The measles is a very contagious and infectious disease that appears in children. Symptoms can develop after 10 to 12 days after being exposed to someone who is infected. Some of the symptoms are fever, cough and a runny nose.
Although it's associated as being a childhood illness adults may have it too.
By Bruno Wahrmann
After eradicating the disease in the 2000s, there is a new outbreak, due to anti-vaccine supporters and people over the age of 30. Learn about the consequences.
Doctors reported a 43-year-old woman going into a coma as a result of a measles' infection. After the 1990s, children receive two measles vaccinations, but people who were born before have probably received only one.
Do you remember? Just in case, do it, especially if you're living in New York, California, Michigan or New Jersey, where most of the cases were reported.