Get to know how coffee is beneficial in curing liver cancer, according to a new research.
Evidence was found that a high BMI, especially among men may increase the chances of acquiring liver diseases later in life
It only takes one cheeseburger, pizza or fries to make a person's liver work harder and eventually develop serious liver diseases.
Fatty food items like cheeseburgers, reduce sensitivity to insulin and raises levels of fat in the body leading to heart diseases. Eating a single cheeseburger meal is already enough to trigger the body’s metabolism, according to the latest research.
Despite best efforts to try and bring down Hepatitis C-related cases, deaths continue to rise tied up to the disease. In fact an alarming rise saw it reach an all-time high in 2014 as revealed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over HIV and Tuberclosis.
Hepatitis C patients are often cured before completing a treatment regimen and required less of the drugs to fight the disease.
A two-year old toddler from Dudley, Northumberland, UK inadvertently suffers from another life threatening liver disease as a result of repeated blasts of chemotherapy to treat neuroblastoma.
Watching too much television can increase one's risk of death, a study conducted by researchers from the National Cancer Institute found.
A new study concluded that coronary artery plaque might be linked to a common liver disease.
Researchers using coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) have found a close link between high-risk coronary artery plaque and a common liver disease, according to a new study.
Drinking decaffeinated coffee could help protect your liver, according to a new study.
Drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes are generally perceived as unhealthy habits. However, new research these bad habits might actually help protect people against liver disease.
According to researchers, taking probiotic supplements could prevent fatal complications for patients with liver cirrhosis.
Lean patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) have higher overall mortality rate than patients with NAFLD who are overweight or obese, according to a new study.
Consumption of alcohol is associated with an increased risk for advanced liver fibrosis. A new study is suggesting that the association is drastically heightened in people co-infected with both HIV and chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.