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Hepatitis C Advocate
After my MRI last fall, I made the decision to come off of disability.
When I need solace or solitude, I think of the arms of a tree where, as a child, I found safety in the shade of its large leaves.
What do you want to know? Have you heard an opinion that leaves you feeling scared or anxious? A recent AASLD webinar offered answers.
These ancient practices can be a great way to tap into your body’s own natural resources to heal.
It’s beyond insane that in spite of everything I’ve learned, I still got COVID-19. Please read everything to see what else I discovered.
These documents saved my life. But it’s also about all who gather on the internet searching for factual information.
After my liver transplant, being best friends with liver disease patients continues to be a huge part of my life.
Research proved that those with liver disease may reduce fibrosis by drinking 1 to 3 cups of this dark brew each day.
It was natural for me to remain physically active before and after my liver transplant.
I’ve learned how to enjoy the sun and avoid the miserable skin issues.
I was never told how Hep C could affect my hormones. I had no idea how it changed my emotional state, and my physical body.
Here are some tips to talk over with your doctor that could help you get into shape in no time at all.
It’s especially important for me to understand how transplant and other immune suppressed be cured of COVID-19.
Let’s take a peek into the benefits of getting fat from the inside, using a Liver Loving Diet.
We all know the rules for living post-op, but this new strain has me feeling even more restricted.
If you or someone you love is dealing with this, it takes a great amount of patience and encouragement.
Honestly, how do you tell a romantic interest that you have hepatitis and end-stage liver disease?
There are ways to reverse fatty liver by eating healthy foods; many people have made the changes and had a lot of success.
I learned a lot about liver disease after his liver failed in 1980, never dreaming I would have cirrhosis later and need this knowledge.
If you live your life comparing yourself to others, it would be such a waste.
Pretty much everything is dependent on how we live and what we eat.
I thought that our family was normal, since it was all I knew.
An attitude of gratitude may seem out of reach when your body is in pain or under attack. I get that, and want to offer some hope.
We all had one heart going into the event: Honoring organ, eye, and tissue transplant donors, their families, and also recipients.
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