In March, the CDC published a report finding that the common cause of the common viral disease laryngitis has become less common.

In February, the agency reported that, among adults age 50 and older, the number of deaths due to the disease has declined by over half since 2007.

But the disease is still deadly for people under age 50, according to the CDC.

The most common symptoms include runny nose, fever, cough and a runny or dry mouth.

The virus can also cause muscle pain, headaches, fatigue, weakness and muscle spasms.

People are encouraged to wash their hands frequently.

They can also take antiviral medication.