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Alcoholic Cirrhosis as a Syndrome

Alcoholic Cirrhosis As A Syndrome Abstract: This paper introduces the proposition that alcoholic cirrhosis is not a disease, and certainly not a fatal one. It is my purpose to demonstrate that alcoholic cirrhosis is a cluster of reversible deficiency diseases. By not treating the actual disease processes, conventional treatment is counterproductive and leads to a…

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Energy drinks and Strokes

Energy Drinks And Strokes and Red Bull Juggling a busy job and family life, Mark Horsman relied on a daily combination of eight cups of coffee and three cans of Red Bull to keep him going. For three years, the construction manager from Brighton thought nothing of it. But one day, after downing two cans…

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'Deranged liver blood tests' – diagnosing primary biliary cholangitis

‘Deranged liver blood tests’ – diagnosing primary biliary cholangitis 22 October 2018 In the first of a new gastroenterology clinic series, Dr Amine Benmassaoud and Dr Emmanuel Tsochatzis discuss a case of unusual liver bloods       Case A 54 year old lady with hypothyroidism on levothyroxine, osteopenia on calcium and vitamin D, and…

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Diet Soda Might Be Just as Bad for your Liver as Alcohol

Most soda drinks are high in sugar and calories per serving, which is just one of many reasons they really aren’t good for you. Knowing this, many people turn to diet or “lite” sodas to reduce their sugar intake and lose weight. This may not be the best choice if you’re concerned about your long-term health.  …

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Novartis, Pfizer join forces on potentially lucrative fatty liver disease

ZURICH/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Novartis AG and Pfizer Inc are teaming up to develop treatments for a liver disease many drug companies believe will become a hugely lucrative market, as it is tied to the obesity and diabetes epidemics. The Swiss and U.S. drugmakers announced on Monday that they will collaborate to develop combination therapies…

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Clues to the link between obesity and liver cancer

October 25, 2018, New research from Monash University and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre has found a previously overlooked group of obese people may be at risk of developing deadly liver cancer. The research, published today in Cell, has also explained how obesity is linked to liver cancer, both of which are increasing rapidly in the…

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Preventing Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease With Nicotinamide Riboside

Alcohol-induced liver disease is a progressive disease, starting from liver steatosis, which then progresses to liver fibrosis or even cirrhosis and liver cancer. It is important to prevent liver damage caused by alcohol consumption at its starting point. Nicotinamide riboside (NR) is a form of vitamin B3, which is a precursor of NAD our body…

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Can You Get Hepatitis C from Saliva or Kissing?

More than 3.5 million Americans are infected with chronic Hepatitis C, one of the most common causes of liver disease today. Although it is believed to be primarily transmitted through blood to blood contact, there are indications that other means of contracting Hepatitis C are possible. Discover if this means you can get Hepatitis C…

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Scientist names the key vitamins and minerals

Scientist names the key vitamins and minerals A scientist has named the 36 ‘longevity’ nutrients – found in everything from red meat to noodles – that could ‘add a few years to everyone’s lives’. Consuming plenty of the three dozen vitamins and minerals prevents disease and the risk of an early death, Dr Bruce Ames…

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5 Calcium Facts That’ll Rock Your Bones

5 Calcium Facts That’ll Rock Your Bones by Lisa https://happyhappyvegan.com/calcium-facts-rock-your-bones/  YOU ARE HERE: Home » Nutrition » 5 Calcium Facts That’ll Rock Your Bones Calcium is one of the first things any vegan gets asked about, usually directly after, So, what exactly do you eat? It only seems right, then, that we have a…

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