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Hepatitis A Risk at Starbucks in Gloucester Township, NJ

An infected employee of a Gloucester Township, NJ Starbucks may have exposed patrons to hepatitis A in early November. The Camden County Department of Health is urging customers who visited the Starbucks, located at 1490 Blackwood Clementon Road, on November…

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Famous Anthony’s Hepatitis A Outbreak

Three people have died in a hepatitis A outbreak linked to Famous Anthony’s restaurants in Roanoke, VA. Health officials say the source of the outbreak, which has sickened 50 people, hospitalizing 31 of them, is an employee who worked at…

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After Fatality and Reports of Liver Failure, Real Water Stops Production

After being linked to an outbreak of non-viral hepatitis that includes cases of liver failure and a fatality, Real Water Inc. has stopped production of its alkaline water products. Months after an investigation of the outbreak began, U.S. District Judge…

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Real Water Alkaline Water Recall Includes Costco, BI-LO, Whole Foods

A recall for Real Water Alkaline Water, associated with non-viral hepatitis illnesses involving liver failure, includes Costco, BI-LO, Whole Foods, and other stores.  The recalled products were sold in a variety of sizes. Consumers who have purchased these products should…

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Real Water Hepatitis Recall Isn’t Working, FDA Says

One week after Real Water Inc. recalled all of its alkaline water products after non-viral hepatitis illnesses including cases of liver failure were associated with them, the products are still being sold and marketed, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

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Real Water Alkaline Water Recall for Non-viral Hepatitis Risk

Real Water Inc. has issued a recall for all sizes of its alkaline drinking water for potential non-viral hepatitis risk. The recall comes after state and federal health officials identified at least 10 cases of non-viral hepatitis among people who…

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Real Water Refuses to Cooperate with FDA Probe of Liver Failure Cases

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says Real Water Inc. is refusing to cooperate with its investigation of a non-viral hepatitis outbreak that includes five cases of liver failure associated with the company’s alkaline water product. Because the company…

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“Real Water” Brand Alkaline Water Non-viral Hepatitis Outbreak

Five people in Nevada suffered liver failure from non-viral hepatitis after they drank “Real Water” Alkaline Water. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns consumers, restaurants, and retailers to avoid drinking or cooking with this product at this time.…

Hepatitis A Virus
Senor Moose in Seattle Associated with 3 Hepatitis A Illnesses

Three people who ate at the Seattle restaurant Senor Moose in late February have developed Hepatitis A infections. One of them has been hospitalized. Contact the Pritzker Hageman Hepatitis Team Phone: 1-888-377-8900  |   Text: 1-612-261-0856 Contact a Hepatitis Lawyer Seattle health officials…

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Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked to Fresh Thyme Blackberries Ends

A hepatitis A outbreak linked to fresh conventional blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme has ended after sickening 20 people.  Eleven people were hospitalized. Contact the Pritzker Hageman Hepatitis Team Phone: 1-888-377-8900  |   Text: 1-612-261-0856 Contact a Hepatitis Lawyer Hepatitis A is a…

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Fresh Thyme Blackberries Hepatitis A Outbreak Grows

A Hepatitis A outbreak linked to blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market has expanded to include 16 cases in six states. Nine people have been hospitalized. Contact the Pritzker Hageman Hepatitis Team Phone: 1-888-377-8900  |   Text: 1-612-261-0856 Contact a Hepatitis Lawyer…

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Fresh Thyme Farmers Market Blackberries Hepatitis A Outbreak

A Hepatitis A outbreak linked to blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market has, as of December 3rd, sickened 16 people from six states. Nine people have been hospitalized. Contact a Pritzker Hageman Hepatitis A Lawyer The outbreak now includes…