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  1. ... and bodies NIH research investigates links to heart, liver, kidney diseases For more than 25 years, scientists ... including fat cells and those in the heart, liver, and kidneys. This may contribute to poor health ...
  2. ... really raised some red flags were that her liver enzymes were slightly elevated." The doctors gave her ... a few repeat blood tests, which showed her liver enzymes were still high. But overall, she seemed ...
  3. ... other parts of your body back to your liver. Your liver then removes the cholesterol from your body. A ...
  4. ... the risks linked to excessive alcohol use, including liver disease, heart disease, blackouts, hangovers, and certain cancers." ... hangovers, injuries, overdoses, alcohol use disorder, heart and liver disease, and cancer. Binge drinking can also lead ...
  5. ... to health problems like heart attacks, kidney problems, liver damage, or death.  Even a small drop in ...
  6. ... the effects of intermittent fasting on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Participants will be allowed to eat a ...
  7. ... week. Heather faced serious side effects. She had liver issues, joint pain, weight gain, hair loss, and ...
  8. ... cholesterol from the tissues and blood to the liver, removing it from your body. A low level ...
  9. ... from other parts of your body to your liver, where it can be flushed out of your ...
  10. ... said. The CancerSEEK trial tested breast, colorectal, esophagus, liver, lung, ovary, pancreas, and stomach cancers. These cancers ...
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