Alcohol and Hepatitis C
Is it OK to drink alcohol if you have hepatitis C? It could be harmful to your liver.
What Is Hepatitis C?
WebMD looks at the cause, symptoms, and treatment of hepatitis C and how it can affect your health.
Chronic Hepatitis C: The Basics
WebMD explains the risk factors, symptoms, and treatments of chronic hepatitis C.
Hepatitis C Treatment: Side Effects You Should Know About
Treatment for hepatitis C can help, but can have many side effects.
How to Fight Fatigue From Hepatitis C
What causes fatigue in people with hepatitis C? And how can they fight feeling tired?
How to Eat Right With Fatty Liver Disease
Foods and supplements that fight cell damage, make it easier for your body to use insulin, and lower inflammation may help reverse fatty liver disease.
The Latest in Hepatitis C Treatments
Treatment for hepatitis C is rapidly evolving. More and more people can be quickly cured without shots or toxic side effects.
Understanding Hepatitis -- Diagnosis and Treatment
Find out if you're at risk of hepatitis and learn how it is diagnosed and treated from the experts at WebMD.
Frequently Asked Questions About Viral Hepatitis
Hepatitis is an inflammation of your liver that's caused by a virus. There are five types, and each one is caused by a different virus. In the U.S., hepatitis A, B, and C are the most common.
Types of Hepatitis: A, B, and C
Information on hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C.