Hepatitis A News
Monsoon and kidney health: Why people with renal issues are vulnerable during rainy season
Infections that occur in India commonly are due to contamination of food and water
How consumption of stale food may lead to foodborne illness caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites
Common symptoms of these foodborne illnesses include vomiting, diarrhoea (with or without blood), abdominal cramping, fever, headache, dehydration, and muscle and joint pains
Blood, stool most common ways hepatitis viruses spread among humans; all you need to know
On World Hepatitis Day, observed every year on 28 July, let’s discuss the five main types of hepatitis viruses and the risk factors associated with each of them
World Hepatitis day 2020: Awareness key to prevent liver disease; B and C variants most common causes of death
The theme for World Hepatitis Day 2020 is 'Hepatitis-free future' with the main focus is on preventing hepatitis B among mothers and newborns.
During monsoon, Vitamin D deficiency, diarrhoea, malaria among health issues that can affect humans
Weather changes, moisture and an abundance of allergens usually make monsoon season very difficult for those who have asthma or are prone to respiratory allergies.
World Hepatitis Day 2019: History, significance, this year's theme and objectives of global awareness campaign against deadly disease
Caused by different types of viruses, Hepatitis is of five types — Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E. Among these, Hepatitis A, B, and C are the most common.
World Hepatitis Day: Here is what you should know about the 'silent killer' disease
As 28 July is observed as World Hepatitis Day, here is what you should know about the 'silent killer' of a disease