Articles for Tag: "liver disease"

How do neighborhood bars affect ambulance calls? 
How do neighborhood bars affect ambulance calls?
A new study suggests that a high density of bars and restaurants that serve alcohol could lead to indirect health costs.
More kids are being injured by toppling TVs 
More kids are being injured by toppling TVs
Find out how to safely install your television set to prevent these accidents from happening.
Hepatitis C may increase risk of heart disease and stroke 
Hepatitis C may increase risk of heart disease and stroke
A cardiologist encourages those at risk to talk to their doctor about getting tested.
How one man’s lifestyle changes saved his life  Featured
How one man’s lifestyle changes saved his life
Jim Meyers’ 180 degree turn helped him avoid a liver transplant.
Baby boomers at higher risk for hepatitis C 
Baby boomers at higher risk for hepatitis C
One in 30 baby boomers is infected with the hepatitis C virus. Are you at risk?
What your nails are saying about your health  Featured
What your nails are saying about your health
Did you know that your nails can show you signs that your health may be in danger? Learn more.