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Treatment of Insomnia and Other Sleep Disturbances
The average person requires between 7-8 hours of sleep per night. However, some people require as...More
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Sex and HCV
Since this is understandably such a frequent question, I am leaving up this information. Sexual...More
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Just found out I have Hep/C I'm a bit scared I don'y really know what to expect I believe I've had this for a...More
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Coffee and the Liver
Did you know that drinking coffee is healthy for the liver! Studies show that a people who drank a...More
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Fruit and the Liver
BLUEBERRIES Studies conducted in an HCV subgenomic replicon cell culture have demonstrated that...More
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Grapefruit Juice-Simple
There has been a study at the Boston MA Hospital about pure and simple grapefruit juice. It WORKS!!!!! I have...More
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How to Upload a Profile Picture:
How to Upload a Profile picture: 1. Click My Exchange Profile. (left sidebar) or My Account (top...More
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Chronic Hepatitis B
If I am a Hepatitis B carrier and was vaccinated when I was a child, can I still transmit the virus to others?
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Purisis, MILD Rash with severe itching TIPS
I am a Pegasys/Teleprivir patient. End of week one. I went to the hospital because I just could not take it anymore! The itching was out ... More
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