Listen: Acute Hepatitis A outbreak declared for Clark County
"Shafer? Health officials in southern Nevada, the number of acute hepatitis AKC's has risen drastically southern Nevada health district says thirty seven cases have been reported in Clark county between January first and may thirty first this year, that's more than twice the number reported in the same timeframe in any of the past three years. The diseases transmitted by oral contact with fecal matter even microscope amounts, it attacks, the liver and causes symptoms, including domino. Pain, nausea? Diarrhea fever and"