World Hepatitis Day

Hepatitis refers to a condition that causes inflammation of the liver. There are five main hepatitis virus types, which are types A, B C, D, E and D. They can cause severe illness and death, as well as the possibility of epidemic spreading. Types B and C are the main causes of chronic disease in millions of people.

World Hepatitis Day, an important day to raise awareness about the condition, is celebrated annually. It’s no exaggeration that these days can save lives. We can make a difference by raising awareness and reaching just one person to see a doctor.

This is especially true when you consider that nine out of ten people worldwide are suffering from viral hepatitis. There is a lot misinformation about hepatitis. In some cases, the condition is stigmatized. There are many types of hepatitis and they all have different impacts on people. This is why it is important to raise awareness!

It’s crazy to think there are over 290 million people in the world with hepatitis C/hepatitis B. Because of a lack information, lives are lost, people are infected, and it is necessary to increase the level of care, diagnosis and screening. World Hepatitis Day allows us to all join in the effort. This is a great cause that many individuals, charities, and organizations are doing amazing work.

The History of World Hepatitis Day

The World Health Organization designated World Hepatitis Day as one of four world-specific diseases in 2010. It will be observed annually on the 28th of July. World Hepatitis Day is celebrated by millions of people around the globe to raise awareness and demand better prevention programs, treatment and government action.

The World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA), a non-governmental group that is patient-driven and patient-led, was created. It has 230 members from 81 countries around the globe.

Every year, World Hepatitis Day has different themes. These themes are important as they coordinate the global response to hepatitis. These themes are important because they help strengthen prevention and raise awareness about the various types of hepatitis, as well as the spread of the diseases. It is a good idea to look at each year’s theme. This will help you to focus on what you should be focusing on in fundraising, awareness, volunteering, and any other activities you have planned for this day. Among the many themes used over the years are: Prevention of viral Hepatitis. Get involved now. This silent killer must be stopped. Everyone is affected by Hepatitis. It is important to know it. It is important to confront it.

The global theme of 2016’s campaign is ELIMINATION. 2016 was a crucial year for viral Hepatitis. The first ever Elimination Strategy of Viral Hepatitis will be adopted by WHO Member States at the World Health Assembly in Mai. It has ambitious targets and a goal of eliminating hepatitis from the public health risk list by 2030. It will be the first time that national governments have signed up to the goal of eliminating viral Hepatitis. You can volunteer for your local hepatitis patient by joining a variety of groups.

It is possible to take care of your liver by eating and drinking healthy foods. You can also cleanse your liver with herbs like chicory and dandelion. These herbs can be taken before meals and can be used daily. Lemons, beets, beet tops and turmeric are all good for the liver.

Remember that cleansing your body of toxins is a process. It’s not a good idea to eat heavy, unhealthy foods or drink while you cleanse. Light, fresh fruits and vegetables are recommended, particularly those listed above. Fresh juice and tea should be consumed during the next 3-5 days. You can literally flush your liver out by drinking all of the liquids we recommend, including tea, potassium broth, and fresh juices.

Awareness is another way to celebrate World Hepatitis Day. This is one the main goals and objectives of the day and something that we all can do. It doesn’t matter how much you know about hepatitis, or how new you are to the subject, you can still help others by sharing resources from reliable sources and linking them to other websites. There are many themes to this date, so this can be used to help you share information that may help others. All of us can make a difference.


Jul 01 - 28 2023


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