Online Insurance Marketplace Provides Methods for Preventing or Treating Hepatitis

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Online Insurance Marketplace (http://www.onlineinsurancemarketplace.com), announces new blog, “Methods for preventing or treating hepatitis”.

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Online Insurance Marketplace has released a blog providing methods for preventing or treating various types of hepatitis.

The blog explains the risk of hepatitis A, B, C and what people must do in order to protect themselves. Hepatitis A is a viral infection which can be treated without too many complications or hard medicine. Hepatitis B and C can lead to liver cirrhosis and even cancer if left untreated.

Type B hepatitis can be prevented with a vaccine. In order to be protected from this infection, people have to: avoid having contact with infected blood, not to engage in unprotected sexual activities, as hepatitis is almost 50 times more contagious than the HIV virus. Type A hepatitis can be prevented if people wash their hands before and after you use the restroom, drink bottled water and avoid contact with people who already suffer from this condition.

Russell Rabichev, Marketing Director of Internet Marketing Company states, “Taking into consideration the fact that hepatitis is a very contagious disease regardless of it’s type, we are thrilled to provide tips for preventing or treating hepatitis.

Online Insurance Marketplace is an online provider of life, home, health, and auto insurance quotes. It is unique in that this website does not simply stick to one kind of insurance carrier, but brings the clients the best deals from many different online insurance carriers. This way, clients have offers from multiple carriers all in one place, this website. On this site, customers have access to quotes for insurance plans from various agencies, such as local or nationwide agencies, brand names insurance companies, etc.

For more information, please visit http://insuranceforseniors.info.

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