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National Hockey League Players Hit by Mumps

The mumps has infected more than a dozen National Hockey League players in recent weeks, and more of them are being tested for the virus, which can cause facial swelling, fatigue, loss of appetite and muscle aches. On Monday, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby became the 13 NHL player since November to come down with the highly contagious virus that infects the salivary glands. Three Anaheim Ducks players were the first confirmed cases of the mumps in this NHL outbreak. The...

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