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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Fatty Liver Disease | Sugar Intake Not Directly Related To Liver Disease
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Researchers conducted a double-blind study of healthy, but centrally overweight men to compare the effects of high intakes of two types of sugar, glucose and fructose, in two conditions — weight-maintaining (moderate-calorie diet) and weight-gaining (high-calorie diet). In the weight-maintaining period, men on neither diet developed any significant changes to the liver. However, in the    .. more …

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Fatty Liver Disease | Sugar Intake Not Directly Linked With Fatty Liver Disease
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Washington, Nov 4 (ANI): A new study has claimed that sugar intake is not directly associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease , as it was earlier believed. Rather, high-calorie diets promote the progression of this serious form of liver disease .Researchers conducted a double-blind study of healthy, but centrally overweight men to compare the effects of high intakes of two types of sugar,    .. more …

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Liver Cancer | 80 Per Cent Of Liver Cancer Occur In Asia ” Specialist
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KUCHING: Asia has the highest incidence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma or Liver Cancer as80 per cent of the cases worldwide occur in the continent.A former student of St Joseph’s Secondary school here, Singapore-based liver cancer specialist Professor Dr Pierce Chow said liver cancer is most common in Asia because of chronic hepatitis B and C.From his research works in Singapore, Chow said, most of    .. more …

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