A new medical condition has surfaced out of the pandemic which is becoming more prevalent in some COVID-19 survivors.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, alcohol-related liver disease was rampant across the country with roughly 15 million people diagnosed, and the number of alcohol-related liver disease hospitalizations doubling over the last decade.
The immunomodulatory properties of hu-MSCs may prove valuable in the treatment of severe COVID-19 cases
Liver disease has steadily grown over the past 30 years to levels which qualify it as a pandemic. There is no single root cause for developing liver disease, however there are specific triggers which drive the disease forward to unprecedented levels.
Liver disease is rapidly soaring to all-time highs around the globe. This disease is not only for the aging population to be concerned about, as it is becoming a strong concern in children and young adults (up to age 40)
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most prevalent liver disease in human history, with probable ties to countless deaths through the ages. Although NAFLD has always existed, it wasn’t clinically characterized until the 1980s. In the almost 40 years of...
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed most of our lives in a profound way. The size and complexity of the challenge is reflected in the numbers: millions of lives have been lost and trillions of dollars added to the mountain of global debt. In the 19 months since the...
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