A 5-month-old baby, Daniel McCabe, received a life-saving liver transplant just after 40 minutes of being placed on the waiting list.
Researchers found that hop can minimize the damaging effect of alcohol in beer.
A study on fatty liver disease has been published recently, noting some interesting discoveries about the role of flaxseed oil in the prevention of the alcohol induced disease.
A liver scarring diagnosis test had been developed by Newcastle scientists and medics. The test uses a new type of genetic blood analysis which could be administered even before someone falls ill.
A new study boasts another benefit for coffee, suggesting that increasing coffee consumption may reduce the risk of developing liver cirrhosis; this disease results in one million deaths per year, which typically occurs from excessive alcohol and some types of food.
Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine have found that aerobic exercise may protect the liver against alcohol-related inflammation and injury. The findings are published in the journal Biomolecules.
Study examines the adverse effects of nanoparticle-based medicine reactions among patients.
Your liver may actually sway how many sweets you eat and how much alcohol you drink.
While looking at an MRI of her liver, health officials found an aneurysm near her kidney even though Evensen had not had any symptoms regarding the problem.
Many health risks come with obesity. Yet did you know it could also rob the body's ability of properly absorbing vitamin A, which is essential for maintaining healthy skin and teeth?
When should you talk to your children about alcohol? Long before they ever take their first sip, according to a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics.
A recent study conducted by researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine predicted that cirrhosis patients would suffer inflammations and need hospitalization after analyzing saliva via a new target for research in a disease that is responsible for roughly 30,000 deaths a y...