Correlation Engine 2.0
Clear Search sequence regions
Bookmark Forward

Literature for Liver

Results presented below are derived from data collected from over 475 news feeds.

Filter your search Help

Click on one of these terms to refine your search

filter terms:

1 to 10 of 13 stories

  • Even damaged livers can handle life-saving medication

    Science Daily. - February 28, 2020

    Doctors used to make patients with drug-induced liver injury stop taking all their medications until the liver healed, but this could be dangerous. Now, researchers report in two recent papers that people with diabetes, hypertension and depression might be able to continue taking life…

  • Sugar-poor diets wreak havoc on bumblebee queens' health

    Science Daily. - February 27, 2020

    A new study shows that without adequate sugar, a bumblebee queen's fat body, which functions like a human liver, does not correctly produce enzymes required for healthy metabolism and detoxification from pesticides.

  • Heart failure risk with liver disease may be explained by obesity

    Reuters. - February 27, 2020

    (Reuters Health) - The excess weight that causes fatty liver disease also raises a person's risk for heart failure, a recent study suggests.

  • Possible new treatment strategy for fatty liver disease

    Science Daily. - February 26, 2020

    Researchers have identified a molecular pathway that when silenced could restore the normal function of immune cells in people with fatty liver disease. The findings could lead to new strategies for treating the condition, which is a major health risk for people with obesity.

  • Lack of measles shot sets stage for lethal complications

    Reuters. - February 25, 2020

    (Reuters Health) - Measles can infect the appendix, the liver and the membranes protecting the brain in people who are not fully immunized against the virus, a new report confirms.