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Pengertian Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A merupakan salah satu penyakit yang dapat menyerang organ hati dan disebabkan oleh infeksi virus. Jumlah pengidap penyakit ini di dunia diperkirakan mencapai 1,4 juta jiwa pada tiap tahunnya. 573 more words

Ontario pharmacists will provide travel vaccines in addition to flu shots

TORONTO – Ontario is expanding the number of vaccines available at pharmacies to include protection against an additional 13 preventable diseases.

Common travel vaccines for hepatitis A and B, typhoid, rabies, HPV and shingles will be available at pharmacies for anyone over age of five starting Dec. 100 more words

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Hepatitis A

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC is

Hepatitis A is a contagious liver disease that results from infection with the Hepatitis A virus.

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What is Hepatitis A?

Hepatitis A is an infection caused by the Hepatitis A virus affecting the functioning of the liver. It is known to be a highly contagious disease leading to inflammation in the liver and impacting itsfunctioning.

Frozen Strawberry Recall Affects Georgia Restaurants

ALERT: Frozen Strawberries Recalled Due to Hepatitis A

 

Frozen strawberries have been recalled by the International Company for Agricultural Production & Processing (ICAPP).  The recall is due to possible contamination with Hepatitis A.   45 more words

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Recalled Frozen Strawberries Could Make Coloradans Very Sick

DENVER (CBS4) – A recall on frozen strawberries because of hepatitis A could impact Coloradans.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the strawberries were imported from Egypt and used at different restaurants across Colorado. 192 more words

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Is Hepatitis A curable?

Hepatitis A is a sometimes fatal, but often recoverable, viral disease of the liver. It damages and affects the liver. Hepatitis A is communicable and direct contact with the food, drinks or other things contaminated by the facets of a patient can put one at risk of contracting it. 930 more words