Sabzi-dised marriage makes media splash
Hot tomato! Thanks to the prices, it’s a truly veggie-tarian wedding in Pakistan.
Don't miss out on your morning cup of coffee: It can lower risk of liver cancer
The risk of hepatocellular carcinoma was low in people who dr...
Bring mushrooms on your plate, it may help cut prostate cancer risk
Consumption once or twice a week was associated with an 8 per cent lower ...
Don't forget to brush your teeth twice a day: Poor oral health can up risk of liver cancer
Poor oral hygiene has been associated with the risk of several chronic diseases.
Maintain oral health: Painful gums, mouth ulcers can increase risk of liver cancer
Poor oral hygiene can also result due to chronic problems like heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Thought packaged juice is good for health? Turns out, sweetened drinks may up cancer risk
Sweetened beverages are also known to increase obesity.
Alcoholic fatty liver disease does more harm than you know, may up cancer risk
The condition sometimes leads to hard-to-treat liver cancer.
Watch your waistline: Obesity may up cancer risk
Excess body weight is responsible for 3.9 percent cancer cases globally.
Good news for aspirin users: Regular use may cut liver cancer risk
Regular use of aspirin is defined as taking two or more standard-dose tablets a week for five years.
World Hepatitis Day: Those yummy roadside pakodas can lead to liver cancer!
Hepatitis is a condition of inflammation of the liver, and is mostly caused by viral infections.
Repeated jet lag may increase liver cancer risk
New York, Nov 27 (IANS) Repeated jet lag can increase both obesity related liver disease and the risk of liver cancer, researchers warned.
5 cups of coffee every day can help keep liver cancer at bay
If taken in moderation, coffee can be a wonderful natural medicine
Transgene Biotek gets US patent for liver cancer molecule
Biotechnology firm Transgene Biotek has received patent in the US for its novel molecule to be developed for treatment of liver cancer
Take up walking & cycling; physical activities can reduce risk of death from liver cirrhosis
Muscle-strengthening exercises can cut the risk of liver diseases and its complications.
Avoid high fat diet: It can lead to life-threatening liver disease
High cholesterol diet may trigger changes in the immune system, leading to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
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