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Hepatitis A

Hapatitis A is a disease caused by a virus which leads to an inflammation of the liver. It is primarily spread by food prepared or handled by an infected person who does not wash his/her hands. It may be spread by water contaminated by human feces. First common symptoms are fever, loss of appetite, vomiting, nausea and malaise. This is followed by dark colored urine and the yellowing of the skin. They symptoms begin to appear a month or so after exposure.

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