Liver Disease Stories
A Common Plant Takes on a Rare Cancer
Q BioMed has received Orphan Drug Designation from the FDA to develop a unique liver cancer medication based on the leaf extract from S. nigrum Linn.
Why Coffee Addiction May Be Good For Your Liver
Go ahead and drink that third cup of coffee.
Combo Immunotherapy/Chemotherapy Stop Liver Tumors From Growing
A new study has found that a combination of chemotherapy and immunotherapy is more effective at treating liver cancer tumors than either of the treatments when used on their own.
What To Know About Fatty Liver Disease
With rising rates of obesity in the U.S., it's important to know about the risks of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Treatment For Acetaminophen Overdose May Be On The Horizon
New research aims to finally find a way to treat and perhaps even reverse liver damage caused by acetaminophen poisoning.
Just A Few Weeks Of Binge Drinking Could Damage Your Liver
New research has suggested that it only takes about 21 instances of binge drinking before the effects of liver damage can be seen.
Natural Antioxidant Could Prevent Liver Disease
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease currently affects up to 25 percent of people in the U.S., but a natural antioxidant may prevent it.
How Much Ibuprofen Is Too Much In One Day?
Over-the-counter painkillers seem harmless, but there are limits to how much you can safely take in one day.
5 Foods That Are Good For Your Liver
The holiday season can be especially brutal for your liver; here are some foods that can help get it back into shape.
7 Reasons You Have Weird Bruising Or Bleeding
Many diseases and health conditions make it easier to bleed and bruise, which can sometimes be life-threatening if they're not addressed.
Signs That You're Overdosing On Advil Or Tylenol
Over-the-counter pain relievers can do wonders for headaches or other pain, but be careful not to damage your liver.
Medical Problems And Mountain Climbing Can Both Cause Edema
Fluid building up in your body could be simple bloating, or it could be a sign of a serious medical condition.