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Cobb & Douglas Public Health officials are encouraging parents and caregivers to get Hepatitis A and B vaccines for their children.
Rhode Island's health department is encouraging baby boomers to get tested for Hepatitis C, saying adults born between 1945 and 1965 are five times more likely to contract the disease.
Hepatitis C is a liver disease that is spread when blood from an infected person enters another person's body.
In recognition of National Hepatitis C Testing Day on Sunday, May 19, the Rhode Island Department of Health encourages all Rhode Islanders born between 1945 and 1965 to be tested for Hepatitis C at least once, or more often if they have known risk factors.
In an attempt to clear up the perception that Dr. Dipak Desai operated filthy endoscopy clinics where medication was misused and feces remained on the walls after colonoscopies, defense lawyers revealed Friday that the Shadow Lane facility received a prestigious national rating in October 2007.
When Amtrak unveils the first of 70 new locomotives Monday at a plant in California, it will mark what the national passenger railroad service hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and better energy efficiency.
A new Yale study looks at the scope and consequences of a burgeoning health problem in the cities of the U.S. Northeast: concurrent infection with both HIV and Hepatitis C . The study appears online in the May 14 issue of the Public Library of Science .
Hepatitis C is a specific type of hepatitis disease caused by a virus, spread by contact with infected blood.
Cobb Public Health officials are encouraging parents and caregivers to get Hepatitis A and B vaccines for their children.
About ninety percent of immunocompetent adults recover from hepatitis B virus infection within 6 months after transmission.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Tulsa Health Department announced the fifth round of test results from patients of W. Scott Harrington's dental surgical practice.