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Northwestern Health Unit Annual Infectious Disease Report 2014 Infectious Disease Trends in the NWHU, 2014 Table of Contents About the report … 19 Figure 18: Hepatitis C cases by month …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/healthstatistics/Documents/Annual infectious disease report 2014.pdf

which may then ooze a clear or yellow fluid or become covered by an itchy honey-coloured … The infection is usually accompanied by fever, pain, general weakness and swelling. How is …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/SchoolHealth/Documents/Impetigo.pdf

chest pain Chronic symptoms: • Low grade fever, productive cough, night sweats, weight loss • Yellow-brown …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/Audiences/Documents/blasto fact sheet bw (printable).pdf

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People with a high fever or serious infection worse than a cold  … This virus infects the liver causing fever, tiredness, loss of appetite, vomiting, stomach pain and yellow skin and eyes. …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/Immunization/Pages/Hepatitis-A-Vaccine.aspx

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or slight swelling where the needle went in, maybe tiredness or slight fever for a day or so.   … lose their appetite, and sometimes get yellow skin and eyes (called jaundice). You can get …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/Immunization/Pages/Hepatitis-B-Vaccine.aspx

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What is Hepatitis B disease? Hepatitis B is caused by a … know it. Or, can experience fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, and sometimes jaundice (yellow skin and eyes). …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/PreventingInfectiousDiseases/Pages/Hepatitis-B.aspx

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which may then ooze a clear or yellow fluid or become covered by an itchy honey-coloured … crust. The infection is usually accompanied by fever, pain, general weakness and swelling. …
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https://www.nwhu.on.ca/ourservices/PreventingInfectiousDiseases/Pages/Impetigo.aspx