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Damage to the liver can be caused by many factors, such as the hepatitis virus. What is the difference between fibrosis and cirrhosis?
Hepatitis C is one of the leading causes for cirrhosis, cancer and liver transplants. Here is what you need to know...
A look at potential liver damage from herbal and dietary supplements, especially among bodybuilding and weight loss products.
Wilson’s disease is an inherited disorder where copper builds up in the liver, brain, eyes, and other organs.
Donna Cryer advocates for many liver-related conditions as founder and CEO of the Global Liver Institute.
Liver damage can be caused by many factors such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver, and other liver disease conditions.
E-cigarettes seem safer than smoking. However, you may be surprised to read what researchers found about e-cigarettes and liver.
A wide variety of research studies show there are benefits of coffee consumption for hepatitis C and liver disease.
When life with hepatitis C, cirrhosis, or any liver disease gets too tough, what can you do?
Alcohol-related liver disease is now the main reason for liver transplantation in the United States. The reasons for this are fascinating.
A new report claims a concentrated pill form of the herb caused one woman to develop autoimmune hepatitis.
Selenium is an essential trace element, and necessary for a healthy liver. However, too much selenium can be toxic to the liver.
Exercise is an essential component for the smooth running of a healthy liver, and here’s why.
Liver disease such as viral hepatitis and other liver conditions can cause damage to the liver which can range from mild to severe.
Observing Alcohol Awareness Month with a look at alcoholic liver disease and drinking.
For hepatitis C patients, the virus is not the only risk for liver damage. What you need to know about Fatty Liver Disease...
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