Hepatitis B infections are among the most common infectious diseases worldwide. The disease can become chronic, and is one of the most important causes of severe diseases such as liver cancer. In the scope of an international study funded by the World Health Organization, scientists from the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) in Braunschweig determined how often the chronic infection occurs in different countries and how many people of the general population are affected. They noted strong differences between different countries. Their results are published in the scientific journal, The Lancet.
Although an effective vaccine is available against the hepatitis B
virus, many people throughout the world suffer from morbidity and
mortality due to severe liver diseases caused by chronic hepatitis B
infection. And the number of those individuals being infected is even
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COLUMBIA — Seven people in Columbia are suspected of having mumps, according to the Boone County Public Health and Human Services.
Health officials are conducting tests to confirm that the patients, all in their early 20s, are infected with the virus, which can do permanent damage. The virus, however, hasn't killed anyone in the U.S. since at least 2006, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
All the cases were diagnosed Wednesday, said Andrea Waner*, a spokeswoman with the Columbia/Boone County Department of Health. MU is assisting the health department in notifying students, prospective students and any campus visitors who may have come in contact with the seven patients. READ MORE
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The University Hospital's burn and wound program director Jeffrey Litt said the Fourth of July weekend is one of the busier parts of the burn surgeon's season.
"Most of the time people come in with smaller injuries, but they can be very severe injuries as well, even though they're small," Litt said. "From various mishaps with fireworks whether it's grabbing a sparkler or having a sparkler ignite a piece of clothing, or something exploding in someone's hand, an M-80, exploding in someone's hand because they felt that had enough time to light it and release it, and all the sudden they didn't. So it can be very serious." READ MORE
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