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Typically, donors should also not be suffering from high blood pressure, uncontrollable diabetes, HIV/AIDS or hepatitis.
Four years ago, an employee at a northeast Charlotte Papa John's restaurant became ill and was diagnosed with hepatitis A. Breaking News Be the first to know when big news breaks Recaptcha requires verification.
There will also be 12 new public-health nurse jobs and $1.6 million to fight hepatitis A.
Homeless people, especially the chronically homeless, experience health problems as disparate as tooth infections and eye problems, trench foot, and body lice up through infectious diseases like tuberculosis and hepatitis A.
Vaccines are available for some types of hepatitis but not all.
Some, like drugs for hepatitis, are directly related [to depression], while for other drugs the mechanism isn’t entirely known.
Injuries and illness shortened her career, including spending eight months in bed in 1961 because of hepatitis.
Oregon requires students receive vaccines that fight off diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, chickenpox, measles, mumps, rubella and hepatitis.
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The liver, the body's largest gland, performs many important tasks, but is also vulnerable to many illnesses. At least five types of hepatitis, labeled with the letters A–E, are caused by viruses. The most common are hepatitis A, acquired through contaminated food and water; hepatitis B, which usually travels via sexual activity or shared needles; and hepatitis C, generally passed through shared needles. Some other types, including alcoholic hepatitis (caused by drinking too much alcohol), aren't infectious. There are vaccines for types A and B, and drug treatments for A, B, and C, though the drugs aren't always effective.
HEPATITIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hepatitis for English Language Learners
medical : a serious disease of the liver that causes fever and makes your skin and eyes yellow
HEPATITIS Defined for Kids
Definition of hepatitis for Students
medical Definition of hepatitis
hepatiticplay \-ˈtit-ik\ adjective
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