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Liver Disease (INACTIVE)

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  • Gene Colan dies at 84; comic book artist illustrated Dracula, Batman and others

    Gene Colan dies at 84; comic book artist illustrated Dracula, Batman and others
    Comic book artist Gene Colan, who during his nearly seven-decade career illustrated the adventures of such characters as Dracula, Batman, Daredevil and the wise-cracking Howard the Duck, has died in New York. He was 84. Colan died late Thursday at...
  • Robert Schimmel dies at 60; acclaimed comic known for sexually explicit routines

    Robert Schimmel dies at 60; acclaimed comic known for sexually explicit routines
    Robert Schimmel, a critically acclaimed comedian who made audiences squirm and then laugh with X-rated explorations of sexuality and vulnerability usually drawn from his own life, has died. He was 60. Schimmel died Friday at a Phoenix hospice from...
  • Hooked on acid reflux treatment?

    Hooked on acid reflux treatment?
    A welter of medications sold over the counter and by prescription can spell fast relief from the churning discomfort of acid reflux and heartburn, and the class of drugs known as proton-pump inhibitors has grown powerfully popular with Americans. But...
  • Don Cornelius' connection with Walter Payton

     
    The passing of legendary "Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius brings to mind one notable athlete who was discovered on the show: the great Walter Payton. Before Payton became one of the best running backs in NFL history, he appeared as......
  • Walter Payton battled drugs, suicidal thoughts, new book says

     
    Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton abused painkillers after he retired, contemplated suicide and struggled with depression, according to "Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton," a new book by longtime sportswriter Jeff Pearlman. Pearlman...
  • Gerry Rafferty, singer of 'Baker Street' and 'Stuck in the Middle With You,' dies

     
    Gerry Rafferty, who achieved fame first for the 1972 song "Stuck in the Middle" and then for his saxophone-driven soft-rock classic "Baker Street" from 1978, died on Tuesday. The singer, who suffered from liver disease, died at age 63, according to the...
  • Poaching of bear gallbladders used in traditional medicine increases

     
    Bear gall bladder uses are mostly medical but what gall to abuse bears for their bladders...
  • Vitamin E helps nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

     
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  • USC breaks ground on stem cell research center

    USC on Wednesday became the first of 12 institutions in the state to break ground on a taxpayer-funded facility for stem cell research. USC officials, state health authorities and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa attended the groundbreaking for the Eli and...
  • A homeless breakthrough?

    The most vulnerable person living on the streets of skid row is a 65-year-old veteran who has been homeless for 37 years. He has kidney and liver disease, has been to hospital emergency rooms four times in the last three months and has been arrested...
  • Dock Ellis, former major league pitcher who counseled drug addicts, dies at 63

    Dock Ellis, former major league pitcher who counseled drug addicts, dies at 63
    Dock Ellis, the former major league pitcher who claimed to have thrown a no-hitter while on LSD but later turned his exploits into the basis of an anti-drug crusade and counseling career, died Friday of liver disease at County-USC Medical Center. He was...