Baby Boomers & Hepatitis C

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If a person feel normal and healthy, they don’t see the reason to visit the doctor and get tested.  However, in the case of Hepatitis C, the virus stays in your body and slowly and silently causes dangerous liver damage and liver failure if left untreated  Furthermore, Hepatitis C is a leading cause for liver cancer.  The alarming stat is that 75% of all Hepatitis C cases were found in people born between 1945 and 1965, and many baby boomers are not aware that they have the virus inside them.  As a result, it is important for all baby boomers to get tested for Hepatitis C, because knowing that you have the virus can help get you lifesaving treatments and ultimately eliminate the virus from the body.

Regardless of the state of health and needs, our home health aides at A-1 Home Care are ready to offer their experienced care service for your loved ones. The service covers different aspects of daily living, including meal preparation, housecleaning, incontinence care, hygiene management, medication reminder, errands, transportation, and more.  Furthermore, our caregivers have expertise in Kidney Disease Care, After Surgery Care, Parkinson’s Care, Brain Injury care, Arthritis Care, Post Stroke Care, Heart Attack Care, and more.  Since 1991, A-1 Home Care has been covering  Santa MonicaMalibu, Hollywood, Long Beach, Burbank, Pasadena, San Marino, Whittier, Encino,  Calabasas, and others areas in Los Angeles and Orange County, so don’t hesitate to contact us to inquire about service!

Affordable in home care available when you call 560-929-8400 today! Visit www.a-1domestic.com for more info, or stay connected with us on Facebook.

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