Liver: Current Affairs, GK & News - 2020-2021

China recommends Bear Bile as a cure for COVID-19

Published: March 31, 2020

The Chinese Government has put on a list of medicines that shall be used to treat COVID-19. It includes both Chinese traditional medicines and western medicines as well. Among these, “Tan Re Qing” has been identified as best cure. This traditional medicine carries bear bile Bear Bile The use of Bear bile in Chinese medicine ..

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Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Thailand successfully controlled Hepatitis B

Published: September 7, 2019

Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Thailand have recently become the first four countries in the World Health Organization (WHO)’s South-East Asia region to have successfully controlled Hepatitis B. The virus is said to be controlled when the disease occurrenceis reduced to less than 1% among children less than 5 years of age. Hepatitis B is a ..

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World Liver day observed on 19th April

Published: April 20, 2019

April 19 is observed as World Liver Day. This day is meant to raise awareness about liver and following a lifestyle which supports liver health. This day is observed to understand importance of liver in human body and how liver ailments can be treated. As per World Health Organisation (WHO), liver diseases are 10th  most ..

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2019 World Liver Day (WLD) observed on April 19

Published: April 19, 2019

The World Liver Day (WLD) is observed every year on 19th of April to build awareness and understanding how important liver is for our body. The liver is a complex and one of the biggest organs in the body and plays a very important role. Survival without a liver is impossible. All the food that ..

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Study indicates that even Non-obese and lean Indians are also prone to type 2 diabetes

Published: January 23, 2019

A new study has revealed that contrary to popular belief, not only obese and overweight but also non-obese and lean persons may be prone to type 2 diabetes. The study indicates that nearly 20 to 30 per cent suffering from diabetes are non-obese and even some are lean. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition ..

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