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What Is Slap Cheek Virus?

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Slapped cheek syndrome is a common childhood viral infection. However, it can affect people of all ages. The most common symptom of slapped cheek syndrome is the appearance of a bright red rash on both cheeks.
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Slap cheek syndrome, more commonly called slapped cheek syndrome, is a common viral infection mostly afflicting children. It gets its name from the appearance of red cheeks that look
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There is no meaning for a (Slap on the cheek! There is a symtom though called (Slap cheek) it is just a cold and red cheeks, although a rash might accure throughout the body! Hope
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