last update: 15-08-2018

 

 
 
Early diagnosis is the first step for treatment but sometimes, not being informed about the existence of a disease can create a great risk for health. To highlight the same issue the theme of this year's World Hepatitis Day emphasizes on identifying the millions who have been infected by this disease. Today, millions of people are infected by Hepatitis and unawareness of many of them towards their disease is a major obstacle to eradication of Hepatitis.
 
Hepatitis can be a chronic disease which can be diagnosed via periodical tests. In the same vein, MAHAK tries to take the first step towards making health possible for more people by giving them an overview of the high-risk diseases that concern the world today. Let's preserve our health by learning the symptoms of Hepatitis including having a cold-like illness with weakness, anorexia or nausea, joint pain and slight abdominal pains.
 

Early diagnosis is the first step for treatment but sometimes, not being informed about the existence of a disease can create a great risk for health.