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Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A is an acute and contagious infection of the liver which is caused by the hepatitis A. It is an RNA virus as its genetic material. Hepatitis A usually spread the fecal-oral route, generally transmitted person to person by hand to mouth contact with stool from an infected person or through ingested contaminated food or water. Millions of individuals Read more

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Hepatitis A Booster

Hepatitis A Booster is a vaccine for prevention of Hepatitis A, this is a disease of liver that can be really severe for the patient and the main indications of this disease are tiredness, abdominal pain, nausea, fever, vomiting and joint pains, this disorder is not very dangerous for any individual but it can be Read more

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Viral Hepatitis B

Viral Hepatitis B is a liver disorder which is caused due to a viral infection to the liver, this disorder causes inflammation in the liver and swelling also, this is considered to be of two different types one is acute hepatitis B and the other one is chronic hepatitis B, an acute case generally needs Read more