Here’s what you need to know about the most common blood-borne illness in the U.S.
When it comes to your hepatitis C care, are you in the driver’s seat? Learn about your rights, how to ask questions, and how health literacy can help you be your own advocate.
Yellowing of the skin and dark urine can be signs of this infection. Here’s what to look for and why a simple blood test can make all the difference.
To keep your liver from having problems breaking foods down, you may need to stay away from these foods, drinks, drugs, and supplements.
The emotions that accompany a hepatitis C diagnosis can be overwhelming. We sort them out and tell you how to deal with them.
Many assume that hep C is only transmitted through injection drug use, but that’s not true. Let’s stomp out the misconceptions.
Depression and anxiety are common in people with hepatitis C. Find out how to boost your mental health while you manage your infection.
Without treatment, this viral infection can lead to permanent damage of the liver. Learn about cirrhosis and its symptoms.
Hepatitis C is a curable infection, but it’s important to take care of your physical and mental health while taking your medication.
Take an inside look at how the hepatitis C virus slowly damages your liver over time.
Hepatitis C affects women differently than men. Here’s how the virus and treatments affect sexual health, pregnancy, and birth control choices.
Hepatitis C is curable, but if left untreated, it can lead to a host of serious complications affecting your whole body.
Certain groups are more at risk for contracting hepatitis C. Baby boomers, health care workers, and people with HIV are more at risk.
Breakthroughs in treatment mean doctors can cure most people of hepatitis C. So why aren’t more people taking advantage of available medicines?
Worried about affording your hep C care? Learn how to navigate insurance policies, costs, and more so you get the treatment you need.
Treatment for hepatitis C is rapidly evolving. More and more people can be quickly cured without shots or toxic side effects.
Hepatitis C can affect your body from head to toe. Here’s why you should treat it.
Understand the complications of untreated hepatitis C, and learn why early treatment is so important.
Your liver does a lot for you. Learn which foods can help keep it healthy and working the way it should.
If you have hepatitis C, a team of doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals give you treatment and care.
Healthy living can make a big difference when you have hep C. Try these self-care tips to look and feel better.
A look at IV drug use and how you’re more likely to get hepatitis C.
This infographic is about your health care team if you have hepatitis C. It talks about medical care providers you’ll work with to treat and manage your liver disease.
When you have hepatitis C, working closely with your doctor is crucial. Here’s what questions to ask to get the best care.
Some people turn to complementary treatments to help relieve symptoms or because their current medicine isn't working for them. Find out whether herbal supplements could help or hurt.
Medication can cure your hep C in a matter of weeks. Find out how it works to heal you.
Learn how support from friends and family, professionals, online communities, and blogs can help you manage life with hepatitis C.
Should you tell your partner you have hep C? What do you say? And how do you have a safe love life?
If you have hepatitis C, is it OK to have sex with your partner? Can you get pregnant? Learn the truth behind a few common myths about relationships and hepatitis C.
You can enjoy a healthy relationship while you have hep C. Learn what steps you need to take to make it happen.
Whether or not you tell people about your hepatitis C is your decision. If you want to tell folks about it, but don't know where to start, read on.