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Alcoholic Liver Disease

Alcoholic liver disease is damage to the liver caused by abuse of alcohol. In western countries, alcohol abuse is the leading cause of liver disease.

Join this online support group for sufferers of liver disease and their families and doctors. You will be able to network with others and find support and solutions for many of the problems you may be facing.

 

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Modest Drinking May Not be So Bad in Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Patients: Study
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) was found to lower the risk of early death in patients with Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver disease. The results o.....
Iran: 13 Dead After Drinking Poisonous Alcohol
In Iran, 13 people have died after drinking poisonous alcohol over the past 48 hours, said Iran's Emergency Department.

Pir Hossein Koliva.....
Why is It That Alcohol Use Medications are Not Given to Chronic Liver Disease Patients?
Alcohol use on various forms of the liver disease is being discussed and viewed in this study. The findings of this study are published in the New .....
Binge Drinking Impacts Male and Female Brains Differently
Repeated binge drinking stimulates genes in an area of the brain associated with addiction differently in male and female, reports a new mice study. T.....
Alcohol Can Permanently Damage Your Baby’s Brain - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness
Highlights:
  • Fetal alcohol syndrome day is observed on the 9th September an.....


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