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Birth weight linked to fatty liver disease - OnMedica;

Birth weight linked to fatty liver disease - OnMedica

OnMedicaBirth weight linked to fatty liver diseaseOnMedicaChildren born with lower or higher weight than normal may have an increased risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), suggests a study* published in The Journal of Pediatrics. These children also seemed to be at higher risk of more ...and more »

World Liver Day-liver is critical for our body - The TeCake

World Liver Day-liver is critical for our bodyThe TeCakeAs per WHO, liver sicknesses are the tenth most basic reason for death in India. World Liver Day celebrated on April 19 consistently, is an opportunity to manufacture mindfulness and see how critical the liver is for our body and how liver illnesses ...and more »

World Liver Day: Fatty Liver Disease, Causes and How to Prevent it - NDTV;

World Liver Day: Fatty Liver Disease, Causes and How to Prevent it - NDTV

NDTVWorld Liver Day: Fatty Liver Disease, Causes and How to Prevent itNDTVHow healthy is your liver? Are those weekend drinking and snack time binging affecting this vital organ? The liver is the second largest organ in the body, which plays an important role in carrying out various functions of the body. 19th April is ...and more »

World Liver Day: Say no to sedentary lifestyle and fatty food for a healthy life - Hindustan Times;

World Liver Day: Say no to sedentary lifestyle and fatty food for a healthy life - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesWorld Liver Day: Say no to sedentary lifestyle and fatty food for a healthy lifeHindustan TimesLiver is the second largest and one of the most complex organs in the body, and it is a key player in the digestive system. This World Liver Day, know how to keep it healthy. health and fitness Updated: Apr 19, 2017 15:42 IST. Anonna Dutt Hindustan ...and more »

Both high and low birth weight linked to fatty liver disease - Economic Times

Both high and low birth weight linked to fatty liver diseaseEconomic TimesNew York, April 19 (IANS) Children born with lower or higher weight than normal may be at increased risk for developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) by the time they become teenagers, says a study. Advanced scarring of the liver was ...and more »

World Liver Day: Here how to be aware, understand and prevent it from diseases - Economic Times;

World Liver Day: Here how to be aware, understand and prevent it from diseases - Economic Times

Economic TimesWorld Liver Day: Here how to be aware, understand and prevent it from diseasesEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: World Liver Day, commemorated on April 19 every year, is a chance to build awareness and understand how important the liver is for our body and how liver diseases can be effectively managed. Liver is the second largest organ in the body and ...and more »

Alcoholic Liver Disease - Web India 123;

Alcoholic Liver Disease - Web India 123

Web India 123Alcoholic Liver DiseaseWeb India 123Alcohol... the word itself does not in any way hint at the destruction it can cause in taking away health, wealth and family. Derived from the Arabic word al-kuhul (kohl) to describe the fine powder used to darken the eyelids, it was only in the 1750s ...and more »

Is your social drinking hurting your liver? - Times of India;

Is your social drinking hurting your liver? - Times of India

Times of IndiaIs your social drinking hurting your liver?Times of India"First the man takes a drink; then the drink takes a drink; then the drink takes the man." Liver is the second largest human organ. It removes toxins in your body, controls cholesterol levels, fight infections, aids digestion among other key functions ...and more »

World Liver Day: Take good care of your liver to live healthy - TheHealthSite;

World Liver Day: Take good care of your liver to live healthy - TheHealthSite

TheHealthSiteWorld Liver Day: Take good care of your liver to live healthyTheHealthSiteAccording to a report released by World Health Organization (WHO) in May 2014, deaths due to liver diseases in India has reached 2.44% of total deaths. NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steato-Hepatitis) being one of the most common reason behind liver diseases, ...and more »

Eat healthy for strong liver, say doctors - Times of India;

Eat healthy for strong liver, say doctors - Times of India

Times of IndiaEat healthy for strong liver, say doctorsTimes of IndiaHYDERABAD: Consuming healthy food and clean drinking water as well as avoiding alcohol will go a long way in keeping the liver healthy. City doctors say that Hepatitis C, non alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcoholism are taking a heavy toll on the ...and more »

Fatty Liver Disease is not to be taken lightly, caution doctors - Daily News & Analysis;

Fatty Liver Disease is not to be taken lightly, caution doctors - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisFatty Liver Disease is not to be taken lightly, caution doctorsDaily News & AnalysisA rising number of urban population in the age group of 40 to 50 are developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (FLD), says Dr Ravi Mohanka, liver transplant surgeon at Global Hospitals, Mumbai. The family of a 52-year-old recuperating in a Mumbai ...and more »

Proper care, early treatment of disease can check damage to liver, say doctors - Times of India

Proper care, early treatment of disease can check damage to liver, say doctorsTimes of IndiaVISAKHAPATNAM: Liver diseases have become common with adoption of unhealthy lifestyle such as indulging in excessive fatty food, alcohol, obesity and lack of exercise. However, if taken proper care and diagnosed early, most of the liver diseases are ...and more »

What Are The Silent Signs Of Liver Cancer? - SFGate

What Are The Silent Signs Of Liver Cancer?SFGateWhile liver cancer is relatively rare, it's also one of the fastest rising cancers. If you've had a history with the virus Hepatitis C, liver cancer could develop 10 years after a diagnosis of the virus. It's recommended that anyone born between 1945 ...and more »

Let's focus on creating awareness - The Hans India;

Let's focus on creating awareness - The Hans India

The Hans IndiaLet's focus on creating awarenessThe Hans IndiaLiver diseases are currently on the rise in India and have become a serious burden amongst the common man. According to WHO data published in the year 2011, the liver disease is among top the 20 causes of death in India. Experts believe that the main ...and more »

Be kind to the biggest gland - The Hans India;

Be kind to the biggest gland - The Hans India

The Hans IndiaBe kind to the biggest glandThe Hans IndiaThe liver is the second largest and the most complex organ in the body, with the exception of the brain. Highlighting its key role in the healthy body and unparallel service April 19 is observed as 'World Liver Day' to spread awareness about it and ...and more »

Beware of the silent killer! - The Hans India;

Beware of the silent killer! - The Hans India

The Hans IndiaBeware of the silent killer!The Hans IndiaLiver diseases including cancer have become one of the major concerns of the world and in particular India. This is largely due to excess alcohol consumption, Hepatitis B and C and more rapidly rising fatty Liver related diseases. Nearly one in five ...and more »

Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) - Pipeline Review, H1 Market makes it a Booming industry according to ... - Medgadget (blog);

Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) - Pipeline Review, H1 Market makes it a Booming industry according to ... - Medgadget (blog)

Medgadget (blog)Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) - Pipeline Review, H1 Market makes it a Booming industry according to ...Medgadget (blog)Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD), as the name suggests, is the deposition of fat in the liver which might lead to serious complications associated with it including liver failure. It is an umbrella term used for a range of chronic conditions ...and more »