Herpes has been around as early as ancient Greek times. The name itself came from the greek word “herpes” to mean “to creep or crawl”. This virus establish lifelong infections, and can’t be eradicated from the body. Treatment usually involves antiviral drugs that interfere with replication, reduce the physical severity of outbreak-associated lesions, and lower the chance of transmission to others.
Monkeypox is an infectious disease that might be spread may be spread from handling bush meat, an animal bite or scratch, body fluids, contaminated objects, or close contact with an infected person. It appears similar to a chickenpox, with symptoms like fever, headache, muscle pains, swollen lymph nodes, feeling tired and later a rash that forms blisters and crusts over. The duration of symptoms is typically 2 to 5 weeks. Currently, there is no proven, safe treatment for monkeypox. Currently, there is no proven, safe treatment for monkeypox.