Alcoholic Liver Disease
Increased Drinking During Pandemic Potential Cause of Spike in Liver Disease
A spike in the cases of liver disease has newly been revealed as another potential effect of the COVID pandemic.
Liver disease was once perceived as something only older adults needed to worry about. Discover why this is false, as well as 3 steps you can take to manage and reverse liver damage.
Learn how you can be proactive this holiday season and bypass the typical December potholes that endanger your liver.
Learn the top three reasons people get a fatty liver and tips to help prevent or reverse it.
Recommended treatments for alcoholic hepatitis fail to keep patients alive.
When conceptions about liver disease stray far from the truth, efforts to prevent, detect and treat are hampered.
New research indicates that “when” you work could be a factor in alcoholic liver disease.
A new drug (a selective synthetic LXR inverse agonist) developed by Scripps scientists could change the way we approach fatty liver disease.
If your doctor delivers news of high liver enzymes or a fatty liver, make sure you understand what that means.
Understanding why alcohol accelerates liver disease can help a person make the important commitment to stop drinking. Find out for yourself exactly why drinking is no longer an option for someone with a compromised liver.
While not well known, the condition known as a bleeding esophogeal varice poses a very real threat to those suffering from a compromised liver. Learn what makes this condition so dangerous and learn how best to stop the bleeding and restore normal blood circulation.