According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are around 24,900 new hepatitis A infections in the United States each year.

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Vaccination has played a significant role in the overall drop in incidence in the United States during the past 20 years, but outbreaks still occasionally happen.

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Hepatitis A is primarily spread through contaminated food or drink that has been in touch with the feces of an infected person.

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1. worldwide travelers
2. sex partners who are males
3. people who have little or no access to clean water people who reside in unsanitary places

PEOPLE WHO ARE AT RISK:

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4. Hepatitis A patients’ sexual partnerst
5. hose who are homeless and those who indulge in toxic and illicit substance usage

PEOPLE WHO ARE AT RISK:

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The diagnosis of hepatitis A is made by medical professionals using blood testing. These examinations can find hepatitis A-specific antibodies.

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Hepatitis A has no known therapy, but most individuals recover and treatment can help manage symptoms. It could take weeks or even months for you to recover.

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