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Can Taurine and polyphenols help treat fatty liver disease?

Date: 17 Oct 2017

Story by Medical News Bulletin.

Taurine, an amino acid, is believed to have effects on levels of blood glucose, lipids, and liver transaminases. Polyphenols are the natural compounds found in tea and are often used as natural antioxidants. The combination of taurine and tea polyphenols might reveal a possible treatment in addition to changes in diet and lifestyle for fatty liver disease, specifically NASH.

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Liver disease risk may be heightened by gastric acid drugs

Date: 10 Oct 2017

Story by Medical News Today.

Researchers found that proton pump inhibitors, which are drugs used to reduce gastric acid, could promote the growth of a type of bacteria associated with chronic liver diseases.

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NASH: Pointers for Pharma from the Patient's Perspective

Date: 03 Oct 2017

Story by PharmExec.com.

The disease was first identified in the 1980s. Since then, its prevalence has grown rapidly in line with that of NAFLD, now one of the most common liver diseases worldwide. These trends reflect a growing epidemic of type 2 diabetes and obesity worldwide. One recent meta-analysis found the global prevalence of NAFLD to be around 25%, while the global prevalence of NASH is estimated at 3-5%.

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Combinations of PACS and AI helps uncover what radiologists...

Date: 22 Sep 2017

Story by Healthcare IT News.

“A key benefit is that the AI software searches certain imaging studies for several specific conditions,” Gaskin explained. “It calculates liver density from a CT chest or abdomen study to detect a fatty liver, identifies emphysema by detecting levels of trapped air in the lungs from a CT chest study, and determines levels of coronary calcium from non-contrast CT chest studies, in addition to assessing bone density.”

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Do you have diabetes, liver disease? Watch out for CVD

Date: 13 Sep 2017

Story by Medical News Today.

A study analyzing the medical data of more than 133,000 people shows that those with diabetes and a medical history of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease have a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality.

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Demand for liver transplant for NASH set to continue rising

Date: 24 Aug 2017

Story by Medical Xpress.

Given population obesity trends, the increase in the demand for liver transplantation (LT) for nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) noted since 2000 is expected to continue, according to a study published online Aug. 17 in Hepatology.

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Low thyroid function predicts NASH, fibrosis in patients wit...

Date: 21 Aug 2017

Story by Healio.

“The prevalence of NASH and advanced fibrosis associated with [thyroid-stimulating hormone levels] was significantly higher in subjects with subclinical hypothyroidism than in those with normal thyroid function,” the researchers wrote.

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NASH Biomarkers Market Analysis by Type, End-use and Segment...

Date: 21 Aug 2017

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The global non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) biomarkers market is expected to reach USD 2.09 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.

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Organ crosstalk: Fatty liver can cause damage to other organ...

Date: 18 Aug 2017

Story by Science Daily.

According to the article, fatty liver increases the risk of chronic liver diseases (liver cirrhosis and liver cancer), as well as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. How this happens is that the fatty liver increasingly produces glucose, unfavorable fats and proteins, such as the hepatokine fetuin-A, all of which it releases into the bloodstream and enters other organs, triggering adverse reactions.

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Fibrosis, not NASH, predicts death, disease in fatty liver

Date: 15 Aug 2017

Story by Healio.

Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis did not increase the risk for liver-related morbidity, overall mortality or the time to development of severe liver disease in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, according to recently published data. However, fibrosis stage can be used as a significant marker.

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