Saudi Arabia experiences hepatitis scare:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Up to 80 cases of hepatitis have been diagnosed in the Al Mekhawah province in Saudi Arabia. A medical team from the Nawan health centre has begun tracking the progress of the disease. A health official attributed the spread of the disease to environmental pollution. Efforts have been made to spray swamps in the area with persticides as different government departments link up to stem the spread of the disease, reports the Riyadh Daily.
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