By David Guralnick and Sarah StilesA virus can be detected by a person’s saliva or an infected mucus in the throat.
But it can be hard to tell, especially if the person is young and healthy.
And while the virus can cause a few symptoms like a rash, it’s not something that should be a major concern.
What you need to know about herpes outbreaks and how to treat themInfections are common in the United States.
And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there have been more than 2.7 million reported cases in the U.S. between 2002 and 2015.
Most of those infections were from people sharing an infected bed, according to CDC data.
In the last two years, there has been a surge in the number of cases of herpes in the country, which has been linked to an increase in the spread of the virus.
The most common symptoms of herpes are fever, chills, joint pain, rash and red eyes.
If you have these symptoms, it can lead to a serious health concern.
The most common treatment for herpes is medication, such as antibiotics, steroids or antiviral drugs.
There are some exceptions.
If you have a rash or pain, call your doctor.
You might have an infection or a herpes infection.
And you might not know you have it.
To find out more about herpes and other infections, you can check out the CDC’s National Health and Medical Information System or call the CDC National STD Hotline at 1-800-CDC-HIV (800-222-1222).