Liver Awareness Month

Liver Awareness Month

October 14, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Fibroscan, Liver Awareness Month | Blog, NAFLD, NASH

The liver is one of the most vital organs in our bodies. It is impossible to survive without the life-sustaining functions it provides. Understandably, how well we take care of our liver impacts its ability to function properly. National Liver …

Catch Cirrhosis from The Start

Catch Cirrhosis from The Start

September 29, 2021 | By | Cirrhosis, Fibroscan | Blog, Clinical trials, NAFLD, NASH

Cirrhosis of the liver is a progressive disease, developing slowly over many years. If allowed to continue, the buildup of scar tissue can eventually stop liver function. Because of the gradual decline, liver cirrhosis often goes undetected and unnoticed. You …

Know the stages of cirrhosis

From Liver Disease to Cirrhosis

August 26, 2021 | By | Cirrhosis, Clinical Trials, Liver Disease | Blog, NAFLD, NASH

Cirrhosis is when the permanent scarring of the liver has replaced the healthy tissue. While cirrhosis is most often associated with chronic alcohol consumption, it is brought about by many types of liver disease. Here’s how you get from liver disease …

Calling all caregivers! Read our latest blog on tips for being a caregiver of someone with liver disease

Tips for Caregivers

August 4, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver Disease | Blog, Caregiving, Clinical research, NAFLD, NASH

Having liver disease affects the person with it but also loved ones around them. Often a family member or friend fills the role of meeting a variety of physical and emotional needs. If you are a caregiver for someone with …

Hispanic adults may be at risk

Liver Disease and the Hispanic Population

July 13, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver Disease | Blog, Clinical trials, NAFLD, NASH

The number of U.S. adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) currently sits around 25%. Approximately 2-3% of them will go on to develop non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). NASH is a more severe form of NAFLD and can lead to fibrosis, …

Fibroscan: Can Your Liver Benefit from One?

Fibroscan: Can Your Liver Benefit from One?

June 8, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Fibroscan, Liver | Blog, Clinical research, liver disease research

  When it comes to detecting and identifying the severity of liver disease, the gold standard is typically a liver biopsy. Newer technological advances have paved the way for other non-invasive options such as the fibroscan. Not only does it …

Let's get physical about out liver health

Physical Activity and Liver Disease

May 31, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver | Blog, Liver research

  Regular physical activity is the cornerstone of a healthier body and quality of life. It also has been proven to reduce your risk of chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and dementia. Physical activity and liver disease …

Happy liver, happy life

10 Tips To Keep Your Liver Happy and Healthy

April 20, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver Health | Blog, Clinical research, NAFLD, NASH

  Indeed, the liver is a resilient, amazing organ. However, it isn’t indestructible, and its health is vital to your body’s overall wellness. Anyone can develop liver disease, so Arizona Liver Health has 10 tips to keep your liver happy …

Loving your liver

Falling in Love with Your Health

February 11, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver, PCOS | Blog, Clinical research, liver health, Liver research

  Approximately 1 in 10 women of childbearing age experiences Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is the leading cause of infertility, among the many other symptoms this condition creates. A growing body of evidence shows PCOS is linked to other …

Looking for diet tip on maintaining liver health?

New Year – New Diet – Same Liver

January 12, 2021 | By | Clinical Trials, Liver | Blog, Clinical research, Liver health diet, NASH

cont   Performing over 5,000 vital functions to sustain life and regeneration are some of the liver’s most remarkable features. It truly is an extraordinary organ, but it is not invincible. The celebrations of the holidays can add extra strain …