Glandular fever

Glandular fever is a viral infection passed on through saliva or intimate contact (and often called the ‘kissing disease’).

Glandular fever causes swollen lymph nodes and can include fever, headaches, sore muscles, rashes, sore throat and lethargy.

In this film, a healthcare expert explains the condition, its causes, the symptoms and how it’s passed from person to person.

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