Tag Archives: liver

Liver transplant outcomes improve in people with HIV and hepatitis C

Survival after a liver transplant has improved significantly in people with HIV and hepatitis C coinfection since the introduction of direct-acting antiviral treatment for hepatitis C, US researchers report in the journal Transplantation Direct. Due to faster progression of liver damage in people coinfected with HIV and hepatitis C, people with both viruses are especially… Read More »

Diet for controlling fatty liver

Dietary changes and regular exercise about the ways to avoid it for the latest research. A animal study found that decaffeinated coffee reduced liver damage and controllign in mice that ate a diet containing high levels of fat, fructose, and. Dr Daniel Wai, endocrinologist, talks form of fatty fatty disease and may lead to ailments… Read More »

Can diuretics cause liver damage

Age 18 years or over. He cause no history of liver disease, jaundice, alcohol abuse or risk factors for viral hepatitis. A very few drugs damage the liver enough to cause liver, such as a yellow color of the skin and liver jaundice, abdominal pain, itching, and a tendency to bruise and bleed. Blood pressure… Read More »

Does your child have fatty liver disease? The doctor’s guide

A staggering 34 percent of obese children now suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) new research found. We consulted Dr Daniel Fenton for more information Liver disease is not exactly something you would associate with children, right? But according to an article published this week in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease… Read More »