liver disease Stories
- Coffee and cigarettes may lower your risk of developing the rare liver disease primary sclerosing cholangitis.
- David Kwiatkowski, a traveling hospital technician who infected at least 32 people with hepatitis C using syringes tainted with his own infected blood, will receive his sentence on Monday.
Fructose Can Cause Liver Damage Without Weight Gain; High Fructose Corn Syrup Is In Just About All Processed FoodsIn primate experiments, scientists saw primates experience liver damage after a high fructose diet, without becoming obese.
- A new fluorescent protein from unagi eels, commonly found in sushi, is the basis for a revolutionary liver disease test.
- Manzarek's family requested that fans send donations to cancer research in the name of the keyboardist and founding member of the legendary band The Doors.
- CDC finds half of Americans with Hepatitis C, mostly baby boomers, don’t follow up after initial screening and might require medical treatment.
- People who take aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) have lower risk of developing liver disease and liver cancer.
- The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation awarded seven scientists with esteemed medical awards for pioneering development for liver transplantation, breakthroughs about the inner workings of a cell and leadership in biomedical science.
- Now, a ‘traffic light’ test can tell whether or not a person has liver disease. Researchers say that the test could help reduce the number of people suffering from liver disease in the future.