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Fatty liver disease is caused by excess fat in the liver. When fat accumulates, the liver becomes inflamed and damaged.
Ask Hep looks at drugs and supplements that may interact with direct-acting antivirals used to treat hepatitis C.
When it comes to the face, hydrocortisone cream may not be as safe as you think.
Fatty, sugary food can be especially tempting during the holidays. Ask Hep makes some suggestions for those with fatty liver disease.
We explore effective handwashing techniques, including whether using soap and water is better than hand sanitizers.
Ask Hep explains why people who are starting treatment for hepatitis C, should be tested for hepatitis B.
We take a closer look at the use of antibiotics, and why they aren’t prescribed for colds.
The difference between hepatitis C virus and its antibodies can be confusing to understand, but important to know.
Bloody stools can be a sign of cancer, but not always.
Ask Hep looks at the significance of hepatitis C antibodies.
There isn’t evidence to either prove or disprove the effectiveness of colon cleansing or coffee enemas.
Sometimes a medical diagnosis, such as chronic hepatitis B can be hard to bear. However, you can get help.
Ringing in the ears is annoying, but is it serious? And can it be fixed? Click and find out.
Ask Hep answers a question about the risk of transmitting hepatitis C sexually.
If you are wondering if your memory loss is a sign of something serious, this post may help you sort this out.
Ask Hep discusses the ins and outs of multiple hepatitis C genotypes.
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