Hepatitis News Update

Week Ending May 16, 2022 Gaps in Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B Vaccination Among Hepatitis C Antibody-Positive Individuals Experiencing Homelessness“Vaccination for both hepatitis A (HAV) and hepatitis B (HBV) is recommended in hepatitis C infection (HCV). Among HCV...

My Choices News Update

Week Ending May 16, 2022 How Nutrigenomics May Impact the Way You Eat “Choosing what to eat and the steps you need take to achieve your health goals can be overwhelming. With so many diets out there and numerous experts who all have different opinions, how can you...

Hepatitis News Update

Week Ending May 9, 2022 Why I Recommend Hepatitis B Vaccination to All My Patients“Each year, more than 20,000 people in the United States contract acute hepatitis B, with healthcare costs of more than a billion dollars. As many as 40% of them have complications....

My Choices News Update

Week Ending May 9, 2022 Non-Drug Therapy Can Help Insomnia in Cancer Survivors, But More Research Is Needed in Those Undergoing Treatment “Cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to improve insomnia in cancer survivors; however, research is lacking in whether it...

Hepatitis News Update

Week Ending May 2, 2022 WHO Reports 169 Cases of Acute Hepatitis of Unknown Origin in Children “The World Health Organization has reported 169 cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin in kids ages 1 month to 16 years old.1 The reporting comes as of April 23.”...

My Choices News Update

Week Ending May 2, 2022 Rodgers, Banks, & Wenstrup Lead QALY Ban to Affirm Every Person’s Life has Value “Today, House Energy and Commerce Republican Leader and Republican Study Committee Member Cathy McMorris Rodgers, RSC Chairman Jim Banks, and RSC Member and...