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Globally, 95% of People Living with a Cancer-Causing Illness Are Unaware

By HFSA | 08/02/2016

On World Hepatitis Day, the Hepatitis Foundation International urges a dramatic scale up in viral hepatitis testing to reduce liver cancer deaths worldwide.  The theme of this year’s World Hepatitis Day, ‘Elimination of viral hepatitis’, explores how everyone – together or as individuals – can do their part to eliminate viral hepatitis. Lack of awareness…

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Hep C Tests Predict Best Meds

By HFSA | 05/27/2016

Quest Diagnostics, Inc., has developed a new test that can detect a mutation in the ‪#‎hepatitis C‬ virus! This will help doctors determine which path of treatment is best for the patient. Hep C Tests Predict Best Meds The Hepatitis C virus can mutate and become drug resistant. But new tests could enable physicians to…

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HCV New Drug Research

By HFSA | 05/27/2016

A new study conducted at Baylor College of Medicine has found that the treatment and cure of ‪#‎hepatitisC‬ can help reduce the risk of‪#‎hepatocellularcarcinoma‬! HCV New Drug Research : Successful antiviral treatment for hepatitis C associated with reduction… Successful treatment for hepatitis C reduces risk of liver cancer later in veteransResearchers found that successful antiviral…

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Your Liver Will Be as Healthy as Your Diet

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

Poor nutrition is rarely a cause of liver disease, but good nutrition in the form of a balanced diet, may help liver cells damaged by hepatitis viruses to regenerate, forming new liver cells. Nutrition is an essential part of treatment. Many chronic liver diseases are associated with malnutrition. Watch the Protein. Too much daily protein…

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Caution! Herbs and Nutritional Supplements

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

What’s the problem? Televised testimonial promotions, as well as advertisements in health and nutrition magazines, aggressively promote the use of herbs and nutritional supplements – frequently without explaining potential dangers or side effects. Nutritional supplements and herbal remedies are readily available in supermarkets, pharmacies, health food stores, and offices of herbal practitioners. The fact that…

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Caution! Children and Acetaminophen

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

Children are not just little adults and medications prescribed or over the counter may be harmful to their liver as all drugs have to be processed through the liver.  This is especially a concern for the use of acetaminophen that is available in various strengths and contained in Tylenol and many other OTC drugs. Children…

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  • Drinking tea leads to longer life, better health 19 Jan 2020 15:27 Frequent tea drinkers have longer, healthier lives, according to researchers. Habitual consumption of the beverage is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and improved health, reports the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. In a …
  • Colorado a healthy state overall, some counties more than others. And it’s not just the poorer areas with serious health concerns. 19 Jan 2020 14:40 Colorado has one of the healthiest populations in the nation, but that doesn’t mean some resolutions aren’t in order for 2020, assuming they haven’t been already attempted and cast aside. Residents of Logan, Morgan, and Prowers counties may want to …
  • Community Services for Jan. 19 19 Jan 2020 14:09 NOTE: If you see incorrect or outdated information, call 256-549-2049 and leave a message with a call-back number or email news@gadsdentimes.com. Meet and Greet with the Doc: The YMCA of the Coosa Valley and Encompass Health present at 5:30 p.m. on the …
  • How will changes to food stamps affect Minnesota? 19 Jan 2020 13:33 In 2019, about 376,000 Minnesotans received help from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, that’s commonly referred to as food stamps. It cost about $516 million for Minnesota to administer that aid and nearly all the money came from the …
  • Burnout Can Hurt Your Heart, Literally 19 Jan 2020 11:35 Section of the heart, anatomical plate. (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images)De Agostini via Getty ImagesWe all know that burnout can suck the energy out of you, make you irritable, is tough on your mental well-being, and can even get in the way of your …
  • What's up next for legal weed in Illinois 19 Jan 2020 10:20 Now that sales of recreational marijuana have begun in Illinois, here is a look at what's ahead as far as cannabis business licensing, taxation and local decisions about recreational sales: Licensing                                              …
  • Marijuana legalization wars kick off this week in Albany 19 Jan 2020 10:08 ALBANY – Shortly before efforts to legalize marijuana failed in the State Senate last June, the measure’s sponsor made a dire prediction: The issue would be dead in 2020. State Sen. Liz Krueger, a Manhattan Democrat, believed then that lawmakers would fear …
  • Demi Lovato to release a new album featuring substance abuse experiences 19 Jan 2020 09:54 Demi Lovato recently announced a number of plans regarding her music career and its direction. The star plans on treating her friends to a brand new album which features her story with drug abuse. E Online reports that the album is scheduled to release in …
  • Recovery house opens in Mon Valley 19 Jan 2020 08:16 The path to recovery for women battling addiction to drugs or alcohol in the area will now go through the Mon Valley. On Saturday, the Charleroi-based Club Serenity Inc. opened its first recovery house in Monessen. One of the biggest risks to someone in …

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