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If you come down with a norovirus infection, you'll probably go from being completely healthy to feeling absolutely miserable within a day or two...
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People may feel very sick and vomit many times a day, but most people get better within 1 or 2 days, and they have no long-term health effects...
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You can decrease your chance of coming in contact with noroviruses by following these preventive steps: Frequently wash your hands, especially after...
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Anyone can become infected with noroviruses. There are many different strains of norovirus, which makes it difficult for a person's body to develop...
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Noroviruses, like other viruses, don't respond to antibiotics, which are designed to kill bacteria. No antiviral drug can treat noroviruses, but in...
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Good hygiene is the key to preventing an infection with norovirus, especially when you are in close surroundings with a lot of other people: Wash...
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Symptoms of norovirus illness usually begin about 24 to 48 hours after ingestion of the virus, but they can appear as early as 12 hours after...
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There is no vaccine to prevent norovirus infection. And there is no drug to treat people who are infected with the virus. Antibiotic drugs will not...
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