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Mazatlan doesn’t have childhood hepatitis cases yet, but they’re on alert

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – In Mazatlan No case of acute hepatitis in childhood has been reported so far.But they are alert…

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Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – In Mazatlan No case of acute hepatitis in childhood has been reported so far.But they are alert to the presence of the condition in several states of the republic, said Carlos Lionel Verdugo Hernández, director of the general hospital.

official Highly recommended hygiene measures at home to parents And avoid eating on public streets, especially with children.

Hepatitis B, which attacks children Being more prone to what they eat and where they do it, children insist on monitoring what they eat.

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There are no specific indications for the presence of the condition in Sinaloa, but it is important for children to be very aware. If they see asthenia and immobility in children, it is lack of strength, fatigue, weakness, physical and mental exhaustion. Lack of motivational energy, an indicator that it may be hepatitis.

Their skin color also begins to change, “we see them with yellow eyes.” They should immediately seek care of the minor, so that tests can be done to confirm the condition and receive appropriate treatment.

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He reiterated the request of parents to maintain cleanliness, wash hands of children every 4 hours.

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In 2020 I celebrated 15 years as a general information reporter at El Debate de Mazatlan. During this time I have specialized in the fields of education, health and government. I also worked on television at a local channel in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, while I studied at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua. I also worked in a newspaper for a national publisher. In the final year of the government of Francisco Labastida, I received the State Prize for Journalism for a series of reports on contamination. In 2017, the Senate of the Republic recognized me for my career. I have attended courses and workshops on new journalism techniques both in person and recently online. I have interviewed the last three presidents of Mexico.

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Mazatlan doesn’t have childhood hepatitis cases yet, but they’re on alert

2022-05-14 00:26:20