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Last month, in declaring the opioid crisis a disaster emergency, Gov. Wolf made NAS a condition that must be reported to the Department of Health, like whooping cough or measles.
Among babies who developed whooping cough despite their mothers’ vaccination, 90 percent had mild cases and did not require hospitalization.
Morita on Monday said more federal money is needed to detect and respond to outbreaks of illnesses such as influenza, mumps, measles, whooping cough, meningitis and the Zika virus.
Before vaccines, millions of children died horrific deaths each year from infectious diseases like whooping cough, polio, and measles.
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medical : a disease that usually affects children and that causes severe coughing and difficult breathing
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