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In its early stages, liver cancer has few, if any, signs or symptoms. That's why people at higher than average risk of developing liver cancer should undergo regular liver cancer screening tests.
Liver cancer is on the rise in the United States, says Eugene R. Schiff, MD, director of the Center for Liver Disease at the University of Miami Medical Center. Two conditions, says Dr. Schiff, are largely behind the increase: hepatitis B and…Continue
We all experience some degree of low energy. Sometimes they are accompanied with chronic fatigue, problems sleeping, high blood pressure, unstable blood sugar, digestive problems, muscle and joint pain, headaches and weight gain are symptoms of an overworked and possibly toxic overload in your liver and kidneys.
These symptoms are your body’s way of talking to you and I encourage you to listen to what it has to…Continue
Added by George Schilling on June 18, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments