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More than 400 potential mumps cases have been reported in Arkansas

Arkansas seems to have an outbreak of mumps on its hands. According to the Arkansas Department of Health, more than 400 possible cases have been reported and are under investigation. SEE MORE: A Reindeer Might Have Caused Siberia's Sudden Anthrax Outbreak The cases currently affect 13 workplaces and three school districts in northwest Arkansas. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that while mumps isn't common in the U.
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