Hepatitis C is a virus that affects the liver. As the liver tissue takes more damage, certain complications start to emerge. Fatty liver disease is one of them.
One of the many jobs the liver does is metabolizing and getting rid of toxins that get into the body. Although alcoholic beverages are nice, alcohol is still, technically, a poison, and drinking it in excessively can cause serious damage to the liver.
Hepatitis C is a serious, and potentially deadly, liver disease. Often times, a medication is required, but each medicine has potential side effects.
Hepatitis E is a liver disease which, even not that common in the western countries, still affects millions of people around the world, and can, potentially, even be deadly. But there are things we can do to prevent this disease.
Hepatitis D is a liver disease that can only occur in the presence of the hepatitis B virus. But there's a huge difference between getting infected with both viruses at the same time and contracting hepatitis D after hepatitis B.
Hepatitis C is a liver infection that affects millions of people worldwide. While the condition resolves on its own, in some cases, it also often takes the chronic form — which can cause major complications, including liver cancer.
Hepatitis E is more dangerous than you thought, and people in developed countries may be at risk, too. What else didn't you know about this kind of viral hepatitis?
Hepatitis B, a serious liver infection, can cause permanent liver damage and even death. The hepatitis B vaccine stands in its way. Yes, your baby needs to be immunized against hepatitis B — and here's why it's important for that to happen during infancy.
Hepatitis B comes in two different forms — acute and chronic. What is the difference, and who is at risk of chronic hepatitis B?
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