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See Is Roseola Dangerous?
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. Roseola is viral infection commonly seen in children. Roseola is a generally mild infection that usually affects children by age 2.

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Roseola is an infection that is most common in children under 2 years old. Any virus that causes death is dangerous. Most infections occur before the age of three.

Roseola and rubeola are not dangerous to the fetus.

There wasn't many vaccines until the fifties. Roseola is a common virus that infects children under age 2. Roseola is almost always a harmless viral illness also called 6th disease. I do not own the game dangerous fellows. For more information, please check the below link: Roseola, or sixth disease, is a condition that causes a high fever and cold symptoms in infants and roseola is also called sixth disease because the human herpesvirus (hhv) type 6 most often causes. Roseola and rubeola are not dangerous to the fetus. Roseola is a contagious viral illness that is marked by a high fever and a rash that develops as the fever decreases.