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2014/10/28 08:53
2014/10/28 08:53
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... but skipping breakfast is the best way to tackle Australia's epidemic of obesity and fatty liver disease, new research suggests. It might be regarded as the most important meal of the day,...
2014/10/28 08:53
2014/10/28 08:53
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2014/10/28 00:31
2014/10/28 00:31
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... lot of living Gardner, 54, formerly of Groton and now living in New London, was diagnosed with liver cancer in February 2013. The doctors told him there was nothing they could do for him. He'd...
2014/10/27 15:21
2014/10/27 15:21
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What would YOU look like as an alcoholic of 20 years? Interactive ‘calculator’ reveals the toll booze takes on your appearance California-based company Rehabs has released an 'alcoholic' tool It...
2014/10/25 13:39
2014/10/25 13:39
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... obesity-related uncontrolled diabetes know that her condition was leading to a damaged liver. Joshi is not the only one, say health experts, adding that Indians largely remain unaware of...
2014/10/24 09:23
2014/10/24 09:23
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... up for TV3's Doctor in the House because she was afraid that she was at risk of heart disease. "My dad died in 1982 of a heart attack at 50 and as I was approaching that I was aware of...
2014/10/24 05:43
2014/10/24 05:43
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... but skipping breakfast is the best way to tackle Australia's epidemic of obesity and fatty liver disease, new research suggests. It might be regarded as the most important meal of the day,...
2014/10/22 04:45
2014/10/22 04:45
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... a tough 10 months for Robert and Justine Truslow of Lowellville. The couple knew Robert had liver problems for more than a year, but it wasn’t until January when his liver disease became...
2014/10/20 12:17
2014/10/20 12:17
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ACG 2014 Virtual Press Briefing: Drug Induced Liver Injury and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsAmerican College of Gastroenterology's (ACG)...
2014/10/20 06:43
2014/10/20 06:43
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Almost one year after undergoing a liver transplant that saved his life, Edward A. Diana, former Orange County executive, looks good. “I’m back up to 148 pounds,” he says, proudly. “Right around 150...
2014/10/18 23:51
2014/10/18 23:51
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... the women left out in the cold – those suffering from secondary breast cancer, where the disease has spread and is no longer curable. A generation ago, this was a death sentence – women...
2014/10/13 21:30
2014/10/13 21:30
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... News) -- Another study suggests that coffee might actually be healthy for your liver, and that even decaffeinated coffee may have this effect. Prior research had suggested that drinking...
2014/10/13 16:17
2014/10/13 16:17
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... glucose ingestion and evaluate a person’s risk for developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease. But determining the body’s metabolic response to fructose has been much more difficult,...
2014/10/12 21:59
2014/10/12 21:59
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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is increasingly seen among children with obesity It was only when Amit Patel* decided to donate a portion of his liver to his ill father that he realised he had...
2014/10/11 18:02
2014/10/11 18:02
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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is “an underdiagnosed epidemic resulting from overnutrition,” according to a leading researcher of the genetics and pathogenesis of NAFLD. Researcher told clinicians...
2014/10/10 07:38
2014/10/10 07:38
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Drinking decaffeinated coffee is good for your liver, shows a study. Higher coffee consumption, regardless of caffeine content, was linked to lower levels of abnormal liver enzymes. This suggests...
2014/10/08 15:02
2014/10/08 15:02
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... rate of deaths by drug overdose alone has climbed 61 percent. Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported an increase of 118 percent in the drug overdose death rate...
2014/10/07 10:27
2014/10/07 10:27
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... flavanoids and antioxidants -- these particular edibles promote wellness and help combat diseases, high cholesterol and other health threats when eaten regularly. Some of the items on our...
2014/10/07 03:07
2014/10/07 03:07
23d
... be diagnosed with an earlier form of breast cancer; and nearly 40,000 women will die from the disease. Which begs the question: Is there anything you can do to reduce your breast cancer...
2014/10/06 10:08
2014/10/06 10:08
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... a reputation for hard-drinking, but armed forces personnel have a lower risk of developing Alcoholic liver disease than civilians. A study of 57,000 veterans resident in Scotland and 173,000...
2014/10/03 15:10
2014/10/03 15:10
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... until they develop an alcohol-related physical illness such as high blood pressure, cancer or liver disease” Andrew Langford For as little as £3 – the rough price for a pint of beer – the drug...
2014/10/28 08:53
2014/10/28 08:53
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