Hepatitis B and C are found to increase the risk of Parkinson's Disease in a UK study although the reason is still unknown.
A new study from the University of Southern California could push forward a successful cure for chronic Hepatitis b (HBV) especially that HBV mothers greatly risk their child of acquiring the same infection.
Yearly, Get Yourself Tested (GYT) launches online campaigns and outside activities to raise the awareness and promote sexual health and tackle about the inexplicably increasing rates of STD among young people. The activity is being held every April as it is the month for STD awareness.
A new paper device has been invented by researchers in order to diagnose hepatitis B as well as male fertility.
The CDC reported that the vast majority of babies get vaccinated in the U.S.
The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 reported that in Europe, viral hepatitis is more deadly than HIV.
Patients admitted to a Long Island Hospital in New York might have been exposed to Hepatitis B and C, and HIV.
Chinese officials have reported that nine of the 17 children deaths were unrelated to the hepatitis B vaccine.
Almost 60 people have tested positive for hepatitis or HIV after visiting an Oklahoma dentist who used unsanitary medical equipment on them during their checkup, the Tulsa Health Department said Thursday.
Patients of Arkansas dentist Dr. William Jarrod Stewart are recommended to receive blood tests.
Following the public health scare in Oklahoma where an oral surgeon is accused of unsanitary practices which may have exposed 7,000 patients with hepatitis or HIV, hundreds of former patients lined up on Saturday to get tested.
Thousands of people in Oklahoma may have been infected with HIV and hepatitis after health officials discovered evidence that a dentist in Tulsa was not properly sterilizing the tools and equipment he used on his patients, despite knowing that several of them carried the viruses.
Researchers report that melittin, found in bee venom, can attack the membranes of the HIV virus.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.