If you’re one of the 74 million baby boomers in the United States — people born between 1946 and 1964 — you probably think about a host of health issues. It’s unlikely you think much if at all about hepatitis C — but you should.
Virginia’s top health official is warning that the state could soon face skyrocketing rates of hepatitis C and HIV due to the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Warnings against drinking too many energy drinks aren’t new, but a recent case illustrates what doctors are calling a new danger: Doctors say a man’s overconsumption of energy drinks led to a case of acute hepatitis.
One pill costs $1,000; a course of treatment is $84,000.
It is a virus that kills more people each year than AIDS, and yet most know little about it: Hepatitis C.
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