Yellow Fever

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  • Hey Sir! I think there is something wrong. My skin is yellow and my eyes are yellow. Also, I feel nauseous and I have a headache.
  • Oh no!
  • Oh no? What do you mean oh no?
  • You have Yellow Fever.
  • Yellow fever? What's that?
  • Yellow Fever is a disease caused from a bite from a female mosquito that carries the disease. It causes headaches, yellow skin and eyes, and nausea. Only mosquitoes can spread the disease.
  • This man feels worried because he has yellow skin and eyes, has a headache, and feels nauseous. He clearly was exposed to a disease.
  • How can I prevent this Yellow Fever?
  • You should see a doctor for a vaccination. It will most likely cure your disease.
  • This man's disease is a deadly disease in some cases called Yellow Fever.
  • Ouch! I just got bit by a mosquito.
  • Yellow Fever is a disease that kills 7.5 percent of people who have it. Most cases are in South America and Northern Africa. Side effects of Yellow Fever are yellow eyes, yellow skin, vomiting, nausea, and headaches.
  • Hey sir. Is my skin yellow?
  • I don't know... I'm colorblind.
  • If there are signs that you have Yellow Fever, see a doctor immediately. To cure the disease inside of you, doctors will almost certainly give you a vaccine. In order to not get exposed to the disease in a harmful way again, get vaccines yearly. However, humans can't pass Yellow Fever to one another. It can only be caused from a female mosquito, who carries the disease, biting a human.
  • This man was bit by a mosquito.
  • The science expert know he has Yellow Fever because he has yellow skin and eyes. Notice the joke at the end.
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