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HARRY STYLES HAS HEPATITIS! 
Well, no he doesn’t but that’s what the twitterverse is reporting. A few days ago, an article went viral when it suggested that Harry Styles of One Direction is risking a Hepatitis infection if he continues to allow his friends to tattoo him outside of a licensed shop.  Well, teen girls everywhere completely freaked out.
Read more… http://blogs.hepmag.com/kelseymccann/2013/01/extra_extra_read_all.html

EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT


HARRY STYLES HAS HEPATITIS! 

Well, no he doesn’t but that’s what the twitterverse is reporting. A few days ago, an article went viral when it suggested that Harry Styles of One Direction is risking a Hepatitis infection if he continues to allow his friends to tattoo him outside of a licensed shop.  Well, teen girls everywhere completely freaked out.

Read more… http://blogs.hepmag.com/kelseymccann/2013/01/extra_extra_read_all.html

New Recommendations to End Hepatitis, HIV Risk at Nail Salons, Barbershops
There is a potential risk of transmitting hepatitis C virus (HCV) and hep B virus (HBV) at nail salons and barbershops if razors, clippers, nail files and other re-usable instruments are not fully cleaned and disinfected. As a result, the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) proposed new recommendations to eliminate potential transmission of HCV, HBV and HIV; these include more education and training for all nail salon and barbershop technicians and more stringent hygiene, storage, disinfection and inspection requirements. Currently, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration does not offer guidelines about HBV or HCV prevention in nail salons or barbershops, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not list barbering, manicures or pedicures as risk factors. Click here for more.

New Recommendations to End Hepatitis, HIV Risk at Nail Salons, Barbershops

There is a potential risk of transmitting hepatitis C virus (HCV) and hep B virus (HBV) at nail salons and barbershops if razors, clippers, nail files and other re-usable instruments are not fully cleaned and disinfected. As a result, the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) proposed new recommendations to eliminate potential transmission of HCV, HBV and HIV; these include more education and training for all nail salon and barbershop technicians and more stringent hygiene, storage, disinfection and inspection requirements. Currently, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration does not offer guidelines about HBV or HCV prevention in nail salons or barbershops, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not list barbering, manicures or pedicures as risk factors. Click here for more.