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Symptoms are the signals a body shows to make us aware of the presence of certain harmful foreign particles in our body and also the means with which it tackles the problem. Thus, it is important not to discard any unusual occurring in our body as something trivial as it may end up to be an unsolvable problem later on.More...
Hepatitis is a deadly infection concerning the human liver which gets inflamed due to attack of certain hepatitis viruses. There are five types of this infection, namely hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. Basically, all of them are contagious, and some of them like the B-type can spread even by touching an infected person. More...
Hepatitis A is a lethal liver infection of a human body caused by hepatitis A virus (HAV). Even though proper vaccines have been discovered and successfully imparted to the masses, total eradication of the disease is still not achieved. The HAV enters the human body and travels through its bloodstream. Thus, timely blood test of the infected person can reveal the presence of this virus pathogen and help in curing the victim.More...
- Case Studies For Hepatitis A
- Discovery Of Hepatitis A
- How Contagious Is Hepatitis A ?
- Side Effects Of Hepatitis A Vaccine
- What Is The Difference Between Hepatitis A B C ?
Hepatitis B is a global menace with millions of affected people in the US alone, and thousands of them dying each year. This disease is the infection of the human liver which is very hard to cure during its later stages. Sometimes, the victims do not even realize that they have the disease-causing virus because of either absence of symptoms or because some of the symptoms are similar to those of other less worrying diseases. It is a very contagious disease, and can be spread by coming in contact with the infected person either physically or sexually.More...
- Babies With Hepatitis B
- Can You Have Hepatitis B And C At The Same Time ?
- Chelation And Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis B Symptoms
Hepatitis C is a lethal disease which can happen to just about anybody, irrespective of their nationality, race, color, creed, etc. This is mostly because the mode of transportation of the viruses responsible for this disease is bloodstream and is also highly contagious.More...
- Causes Of Hepatitis C
- Hepatitis C And Disability Social Security
- Hepatitis C And Liver Cancer
- Hepatitis C Cures
- Life Cycle Of Hepatitis C Virus
- Life Expectancy With Hepatitis C
- Risk Of Contracting Hepatitis C From Your Spouse
- Signs And Symptoms Hepatitis C