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To maintain your liver health with hepatitis C, you should avoid sodas and sugary drinks, as well as most dietary supplements. Here's why.
Thinking of becoming pregnant but have the Hepatitis C virus (also known as HCV)? Not sure if you have it but maybe you do? Separate fact from fiction and learn what you should know.
Know what to do with Hepatitis C from diagnosis and testing to treatment and beyond.
Wondering if you can be safe having sex if you or your partner have Hepatitis C? We went to the experts and asked, and here’s what they said.
Worried you’ll be restricted with what you can eat if you have Hepatitis C? No need to be concerned–you've got a ton of healthy options that will make your liver happier.
Hepatitis C virus (HCV), which can lead to serious liver damage and is a major cause of illness and death in the U.S., is the most common bloodborne infection.
What is hepatitis C? Are there symptoms? Is there a cure? Am I at risk? Find out the answers to these questions with this FAQ.
The hepatitis C virus can cause serious liver damage if it’s not treated early. Following are eight myths about the disease.
Though progression of hepatitis C occurs very slowly, sometimes taking up to 30 years, it can progress much more quickly in some people. Others have the virus for years and have only minimal liver damage.
There is not currently a hepatitis C vaccine in the U.S. Vaccines are available only for hepatitis A and B. But researchers now are working to develop one for hepatitis C.