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Liver Health

Alcohol and your liver

Learn more about the signs and symptoms of liver damage from alcohol as well as alcoholic liver disease risks associated with excessive alcohol consumption.

How the doctor would cure a hangover

Nothing beats a night out on the town every once in a while, but waking up with a pounding head the next morning is quite a comedown. Dr Owen Wiese explains how a doctor would treat your hangover.

A drink a day ups cancer risk

A large study has found that drinking as little as one drink per day can raise a woman's risk for breast, liver and other cancers.

Thousands of UK lives lost to drink

Failure to tackle Britain's persistent alcohol problem could lead to hundreds of thousands more people dying from liver disease in the UK than in many other European countries.

How alcohol damages your liver

Drinking too much alcohol can have serious consequences for your health, especially your liver, which is involved with detoxification of the body after excessive alcohol intake.

Don't wreck your liver or your reputation

It’s that time of the year again – invitations pour in for drinks after work, long, boozy lunches and nights out on the town with garrulous people brandishing company credit cards.

Alcohol to kill 210 000 Britons by year 2032

Up to 210 000 people in Britain will be killed prematurely by alcohol over the next 20 years, with a third of those preventable deaths due to liver disease alone, experts warned.

Alcohol damages more than the liver

Alcohol damages more than the liver, it also weakens the immune system, slows healing, increases HIV risk and hinders recovery from burns, trauma, bleeding and surgery.

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