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Officials: Individual Tests Positive For Hepatitis A In Mercer County

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (CBS) – The Robbinsville Department of Health says it has been informed of a Hepatitis A case affecting a Robbinsville Township resident.

Health officials say the individual infected was interviewed and it was confirmed… 170 more words

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2 More Cases Of Hepatitis A Confirmed In Hamilton Township

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Two more cases of Hepatitis A have been confirmed in Hamilton Township, New Jersey.

As CBS2 reported Friday morning, it comes a month after a food handler at Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering… 115 more words

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Officials: 2 Individuals With Hepatitis A In Mercer County

HAMILTOWN Twp., NJ (CBS) – Hamilton Township officials have confirmed two additional cases of Hepatitis A in the community.

Officials say the first case is an employee of The Hair Port Salon, located on 3144 South Broad Street in Hamilton Township, NJ. 297 more words

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Blog talk radio interview on Hepatitis A in frozen berries

Thank you to my friend Andy Moreno, Bacterial Pathogen Surveillance Systems Engineer at AME Certified Laboratories (San Francisco) and founder of the blog talk radio AME Food Testing Show, for giving me the opportunity to be again his guest. 123 more words

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Vacina para prevenção das hepatites

Atualmente, existem vacinas para a prevenção das hepatites A e B. O Ministério da Saúde oferece vacina contra a hepatite B nos postos de saúde do SUS e contra a hepatite A nos Centros de Referência de Imunobiológicos Especiais (CRIE). 486 more words

Hepatite A

A hepatite A é uma doença contagiosa, causada pelo vírus A (VHA) e também conhecida como “hepatite infecciosa”. Sua transmissão é fecal-oral, por contato entre indivíduos ou por meio de água ou alimentos contaminados pelo vírus. 542 more words

Students reassured over Hepatitis A vaccine supplies

Traveling aboard this Christmas?

Not to worry, as University Health Service in Sheffield are quick to reassure students over Hepatitis A rumours.

Students in Sheffield have been reassured that there are adequate supplies of hepatitis A vaccine after production problems at a major drug company caused ‘supply constraints’. 284 more words

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