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  • Word! Mononucleosis for Kids

    People call mononucleosis "kissing disease" because you can get it from someone else's saliva. Mono can make you feel super tired and sick.

  • Mononucleosis for Teens

    It's sometimes called "the kissing disease," but kissing is just one of the ways that someone can catch mono.

  • Mononucleosis for Parents

    Mononucleosis - or "mono" - is an infection that produces flu-like symptoms, and usually goes away on its own in a few weeks with the help of plenty of fluids and rest.

  • Mononucleosis Special Needs Factsheet for Educators

    What teachers should know about mono, how to help infected students, and how to protect uninfected students.

  • Mononucleosis Q&A for Teens for Teens

    See answers to common questions about mono.

  • Can a Person Get Mono More Than Once? for Teens

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • How Long Is Mono Contagious? for Teens

    If someone gets mono, the virus stays in that person's body for life. The virus may surface from time to time and possibly infect someone else. Here are the facts on how mono works.

  • Word! M for Kids

    Check out the medical and health terms that start with M.

  • What's Mono? for Kids

    Kissing is just one of the ways that someone can spread mononucleosis. Most people who get mono are between the ages of 15 and 25, but younger kids can get it, too.

  • Common Infections for Teens

    This section has information on common infections like colds and the flu.