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What to expect after a liver transplant

What to expect after a liver transplant

Patients will ask often ask you know what what can they expect after a transplant? It really depends how the operation went. You you’re going to be expected to be in the hospital at least seven days but sometimes longer if any complications do occur. If complications do occur we’ll,

Metformin & DPPOS – 15-year results

Metformin & DPPOS – 15-year results

The long-term results of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) tell us that the beneficial effect of metformin in terms of preventing or delaying the progression of diabetes persists over the entire 15 years of follow-up, and it’s looking to persist into the predictable future. In the original publication of the

What is Brown Fat?

What is Brown Fat?

Brown fat, which is also called brown adipose tissue, or BAT, is an organ that we only recently discovered to be functional in adult humans. And what makes it really fascinating is that it takes fat calories from the rest of the body and burns it up, both for the

Andrew Discusses Friendly Flora – Digestive – Andrew Lessman ProCaps

Andrew Discusses Friendly Flora – Digestive – Andrew Lessman ProCaps

hi there Andrew Lessman here with another quick video on one of our digestive products I’m sure this video will stick around for a while but we originally recorded it for this November’s monthly special which were couple monthly specials because we’re covering all our digestive products in terms of

10 Surprising Benefits of Manuka Honey

10 Surprising Benefits of Manuka Honey

Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe here. Welcome to Ancient Medicine Today. Today I’m going to be talking about my favorite pantry item, Manuka honey. Manuka honey has been used as medicine for hundreds of years. Also, it’s been used as food. So we’ll talk about the many benefits here. And