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Jaundice is the yellowing of the skin and eyes and is often associated with the liver disease. This happens when there is too much bilirubin in your liver. A person with hemolytic anemia may experience a rapid destruction of the red blood cells which produces bilirubin. Another possible cause of jaundice is when the liver has its defects such as blockage that could be cancer or gallstones. Sometimes the drugs we take when under medication can cause liver inflammation.
Published by Cloud1 81 months ago in Liver Disease | +0 votes | 0 comments
Paracetamol is one of the most commonly used drug.It is used in fever, headache, gout and also as an Aspirin substitute.We take Paracetamol with so ease as it is never going to harm our body.But Paracetamol can be a dangerous hepatotoxic when taken in over-dose.How does it damage our liver and what are the signs and symptoms of liver damage caused by Paracetamol??Read on to find out.
Published by Sarah 83 months ago in Liver Disease | +3 votes | 2 comments
Facts about Liver Health: Functions of the Liver and Major Causes of Liver Disease and Disorders. Liver Health explained. What Causes Liver Disease?
Published by Sourav RC 90 months ago in Liver Disease | +10 votes | 2 comments
What can I do to detoxify my liver? Recipe for cleansing my liver naturally?
Published by Francina Marie Parks 91 months ago in Liver Disease | +9 votes | 6 comments
Hepatitis D is a blood borne disease which can be transimitted through sexual contact. The condition can be treated naturally with dietary and lifestyle corrections. The overall prognosis is good provided early intervention is made to prevent the progression of the disease into liver cirrhosis
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 94 months ago in Liver Disease | +12 votes | 4 comments
Liver cysts are distressing health condition which are associated with severe abdominal pain. Home remedies and dietary modifications have been found to be highly beneficial in the management of Liver cysts.
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 95 months ago in Liver Disease | +6 votes | 2 comments
Tylenol is an efficacious drug which is used to relive allergies symptoms, reduce fever and relieve pain
Published by Shujauddin Razmi 96 months ago in Liver Disease | +2 votes | 0 comments
Biliary Atresia is a rare liver disease of newborn infants. Bile ducts are blocked that causes a toxic build up of waste products in the liver.
Published by Cristina Mergas 102 months ago in Liver Disease | +7 votes | 4 comments
Hepatitis and its clinical manifestation, jaundice, can be managed efficiently; and permanently cured by specific healing foods.
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 102 months ago in Liver Disease | +2 votes | 1 comments
How the liver works? Nutrients enter the liver in the portal vein, and oxygenated blood, to 'fuel' the cells, in the hepatic artery Processed blood collects in the hepatic vein heart.
Published by Mr Ghaz 102 months ago in Liver Disease | +13 votes | 9 comments
what causes hepatitis B? What are the symptoms of hepatitis B?
Published by Gee Tavai Sagapolutele 104 months ago in Liver Disease | +0 votes | 0 comments
Foods that fight liver cirrhosis include grains and legumes, cereals, corn oil, oily fish, breads, potatoes, fruits and vegetables. Drinking lots of fluids, and avoiding alcohol and salts, are also important.
Published by Jonel Abellanosa 104 months ago in Liver Disease | +4 votes | 1 comments
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