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.
Yellowing of the skin and dark urine can be signs of this curable infection. Here’s what to look for and why a simple blood test can make all the difference in preventing liver damage.
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.
Depression and anxiety are common in people with hepatitis C. Find out how to boost your mental health while you manage your infection.