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What do you know about hepatitis E?
Vaccines prevent serious, sometimes deadly, diseases, but are they safe?
An outbreak has prompted a mass vaccination effort.
CDC experts recommend the vaccine for children, teens and HIV-positive people.
Human psychology and social media may be to blame for the spread of negative attitudes toward vaccines.
Such a model is greatly needed for research into a hepatitis C vaccine.
Do you need a measles booster or will the vaccine you had as a child protect you?
A new report says progress has been made in prevention, but global screening and treatment programs still lag.
At press time, more than 700 cases of the highly contagious disease were confirmed in 22 states so far.
HIV, anti-vaxxers, dengue fever and weak primary health care make the World Health Organization’s list of priorities.
A closer look at hepatitis B immunization, and what you can do if you aren’t immune after receiving the series of shots.
However, there is hope that two HIV vaccines under investigation may at least cut transmission risk in half and qualify for mass use.
Ending the week with summaries of research from the 2018 Liver Meeting. I cover hepatitis B vaccination, diet and alcoholic liver disease.
After a series of outbreaks, some local health departments are running out of the protective shot.
What do hurricanes have to do with hepatitis?
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