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Fatty liver may increase the risk of heart disease
Patients suffering from fatty liver disease is prone to an increased risk of heart disease as well as the mortality rates associated with it, a new study has found. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is an increasingly common condition in patients wi...
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India, WHO sign pact for global promotion of traditional medicine including Ayurvedic Medicine
The ministry of AYUSH and the World Health Organisation (WHO) signed Project Collaboration Agreement for promoting quality, safety and effectiveness of service provision in traditional medicine including Ayurvedic Medicine. The agreement is aimed at deliver...
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Company who claims 4G in mountains cannot even provide 3G in plains
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using Airtel for past 2 years in different forms and was quite excited that
they had launched 4G services. But my happiness was short lived. The dongle
which was supposed to provide 4G services could not even provide good 3G
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Company who claims 4 G in mountains cannot even provide 3G in plains
I have been
using Airtel for past 2 years in different forms and was quite excited that
they had launched 4G services. But my happiness was short lived. The dongle
which was supposed to provide 4G services could not even provide good 3G
services. In most of...
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Breath test analyzer could help detect liver disease at early stage
In the journal EBioMedicine, a study led by the University of Birmingham in the UK suggests that high levels of a natural compound called limonene in the breath could be a sign of early-stage cirrhosis of the liver. Researchers say that we already know that...
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Resistance training can help patients suffering from fatty liver disease
Resistance training also called strength training or weight training  in the gym leads to a fall in liver fat levels. This is the finding of a new study held at the University in Tel Aviv. According to experts, for patients suffering from physical limitatio...
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Some Basic Understanding of Hepatitis B Blood Tests
Understanding your hepatitis B blood test results can be confusing.  It is important to discuss your test results with your health care provider so that you can clearly understand whether you have a new infection, chronic infection, or have recovered from a...
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Company who claims 4G in mountains cannot even provide 3G in plains
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using Airtel for past 2 years in different forms and was quite excited that
they had launched 4G services. But my happiness was short lived. The dongle
which was supposed to provide 4G services could not even provide good 3G
services. In most of...
Blog on Ayurvedic Treatment of liver disorders. Ayurvedic (Herbal) medicine Kamalahar is very effective in the treatment of hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver, ascites and jaundice. For more details visit Khatore Pharma website.
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Company who claims 4G in mountains cannot even provide 3G in plains
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Over 2 million co-infected with HIV, hepatitis C
Of these, more than half, or 1.3 million, are people who inject drugs (PWID) -- HIV infections caused by injecting drugs. The study revealed that HIV-infected people are on an average six times more likely than HIV-uninfected people to have HCV infection. T...
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Khatore Pharmaceuticals and other organisations work to spread awareness about hepatitis
With over 3/4 of people in India being unaware about the existence of Hepatitis, many medical exerts of the country have decided to start an online data registry detailing the rising number of hepatitis patients. Khatore Pharmaceuticals also ran a campaign ...
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World Hepatitis Day: Mass awareness, immunisation needed to help curb spread of hepatitis
Mass awareness, universal guideline for immunization and hygienic handling of food and water will help curb hepatitis, said experts on Tuesday while observing world Hepatitis Day. About, two million people contract hepatitis every year from unsafe injection...
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