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Diet Plan For Fatty Liver - How To Reduce A Fatty Liver Through The Power Of Food

10th October 2011
A diet plan for fatty liver should be one of moderation and balance. Much like a healthy diet for the average person, a diet for reducing a fatty liver should focus on highly nutritional foods. All food groups need to be represented, but nothing should be... Read >
Author: DJ Portis

Liver disease causes and Symptoms and How to Cure Liver Cirrhosis

19th August 2010
Liver disease is categorized both by the cause and the effect it has on the liver. Causes may include infection, injury, exposure to drugs or toxic compounds, an autoimmune process, or a genetic defect that leads to the deposition and build-up of damaging... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Global Market for liver disease treatments to be worth $9.7 Billion In 2014

04th August 2010
The reddish-brown organ, liver is the largest glandular organ of the body, weighing about 1.36 kg. It has four unequal sized lobes lying on the right side of the abdominal cavity beneath the diaphragm and on top of the stomach, right kidney and intestine.... Read >
Author: BCC Research

Top 5 Most Poisonous Plants for Dogs

19th July 2010
The ASPCA has listed five poison plants as the deadliest for dogs we discuss of of these in detail here: Lilies The beautiful Lily comes in multitudes of varieties, all are deadly to your dog. All parts of the lily are highly toxic. Not only is th... Read >
Author: Enocebox

Depression Due To Brain Chemical Imbalance? Paxil-CR Online Medication Can Help!

27th May 2010
Chemical imbalance from the brain is one of another grounds why a person experiencing depression. As studied by researchers, chemicals such as serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine - are low in the brain during major depressive episodes and this can caus... Read >
Author: pharmacyonline

Chronic Liver Disease, Be Aware of Liver Common Symptoms

25th March 2010
Liver, just below the diaphragm, right side, approximately 2 kilograms in weight dark red color is a soft organ. Necessary to live a lot of chemical events occur here. Liver Duty: - The day is approximately 4 cups 1 liter secretes bile. - Fat, protein and... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

What to Expect from the Final Stages of Cirrhosis of the Liver

07th October 2009
A person who is in the final stages of cirrhosis of the liver will go through many complex bodily changes. Here are some of the changes that may be encountered: - Acites is the build up of fluid in the abdominal area. The liver usually makes a protein ... Read >
Author: JJ Smith

Black Mold Is A Dangerous Fungus

18th April 2009
Mold is a fungus development , which starts with a microscopic spore. It can easily spread in damp environment like food and wood. It can be beneficial; for example, the antibiotic penicillin is a mold. Usually you can find mold everywhere but the mold at... Read >
Author: Drago Marx

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

06th June 2008
Primary biliary cirrhosis is a rare form of biliary cirrhosis of unknown origin, occurring without obstruction or infection of the major bile ducts, sometimes developing after the administration of such drugs as chlorpromazine and arsenicals. Affecting ch... Read >
Author: peterhutch

What Your Vet May Not Tell You About Rimadyl

19th January 2006
Copyright 2006 William SmithThousands of dogs are being prescribed Rimadyl by their veterinarians to treat pain, inflammation, and canine arthritis. Many of these prescriptions are written without any blood work done to ensure the dog can tolerate the dru... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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