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Hepatitis (INACTIVE)

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  • Toddler Pricked by Dirty Needles at Health Clinic

    Toddler Pricked by Dirty Needles at Health Clinic
    New York ( CNN) -- A girl taken to a clinic for a skin rash had to be treated with a drug cocktail to prevent HIV and hepatitis after she was accidentally pricked by contaminated needles on the floor, according to the attorney for the family. Hailey...
  • Westwood Jerry's Deli Customers Possibly Exposed to Hepatitis A

    Westwood Jerry's Deli Customers Possibly Exposed to Hepatitis A
    WESTWOOD -- People who ate at a Jerry's Deli near UCLA in Westwood are being warned they may be at risk for Hepatitis A. The L.A. County Health Department says customers may have been exposed to the virus if they ate sandwiches there on November 18th,...
  • Jerry's Deli customers possibly exposed to Hepatitis A

    Jerry's Deli customers possibly exposed to Hepatitis A
  • Health law's aim: Multiple vaccines for more people

    Health law's aim: Multiple vaccines for more people
    It's flu season: Time to get your flu shot. For many adults and their doctors, if they discuss immunizations at all, the conversation ends there. It shouldn't. There are several vaccines that adults need, depending on their age and risk factors, to...
  • Gel Helps Protect Women from HIV Infection

    Gel Helps Protect Women from HIV Infection
    VIENNA, Austria-- A new topical gel has shown promise in helping to protect women from HIV infection, according to a study being presented at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria. The gel contains the antiretroviral drug tenofovir,...
  • Don't Forget to Get Your Kids Vaccinated

    Don't Forget to Get Your Kids Vaccinated
    If your child is starting kindergarten, middle school or college this year, your back-to-school checklist includes not only pencils and notebooks, but those dreaded vaccinations. Here's a primer to make things a bit easier. "Immunization is one of the...
  • LI Christmas Communion Spreads Hepatitis, Not Cheer

    LI Christmas Communion Spreads Hepatitis, Not Cheer
    Catholics who received communion at the Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Christmas Day may have been exposed to hepatitis A, according to the Nassau County Health Department. Health officials said individuals who received communion during the 10:30 a.m....
  • Churchgoers Receive Vaccine For Hepatitis-Tainted Communion

    Churchgoers Receive Vaccine For Hepatitis-Tainted Communion
    Churchgoers at the Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church began receiving hepatitis A vaccines today after a risk of being exposed to the disease during Christmas Day communion was discovered. Health officials said that close to 1,300 individuals...
  • Around Town: Dreaming of a world without cancer

     Around Town: Dreaming of a world without cancer
    In 2004, our son, 2nd. Lt. Andrew Torres, USMC, died of cancer. He was 23 years old. Andrew was a graduate of the United States Naval Academy (Class of 2002), a Marine and a fine person. In the hours before his death, he asked us, his family and friends,...
  • SoCal Health Clinic Patients Possibly Exposed To Hepatitis, HIV

    SoCal Health Clinic Patients Possibly Exposed To Hepatitis, HIV
    SAN PEDRO ( KTLA) -- A contaminated IV line is being blamed for a patient contracting Hepatitis C at a San Pedro health clinic. Officials are urging patients of the Advanced Pain Treatment and Medical Center who were treated between Jan. 16, 2006 and...
  • Westchester Health Officials Say Deli Worker Had Hepatitis A

    Westchester Health Officials Say Deli Worker Had Hepatitis A
    Westchester County health officials have an important warning for people who recently patronized a deli in Ossining. They say an employee may have exposed customers to Hepatitis A. The infected employee was working at the J and D Deli and Catering on...
  • Asian Americans face liver cancer disparity

    Asian Americans face liver cancer disparity
    Asian Americans are known to have disproportionate numbers of liver cancers because of the high incidence of hepatitis B in that population, but new data indicate that Laotian Americans and Hmong Americans have even higher numbers and are more than...