Assessment of risk factors, and racial and ethnic differences in hepatocellular carcinoma

Abstract   Despite improved screening and surveillance guidelines, significant race/ethnicity-specific disparities in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) continue to exist and disproportionately affect minority and disadvantaged populations. This trend indicates that social determinants and genetic and environmental factors are driving the epidemic at the population level. Race and geography had independent associations with mortality risk among patients […]

CAUSES AND EFFECTS PREVENTING OBESITY IN CHILDREN TEENS AND ADULTS

What Is Obesity? The word obesity has become synonymous with being fat and unhealthy. However, this is not the whole picture. it can measure excess body fat that puts you at risk for developing weight-related diseases like diabetes and hypertension. But being overweight or obese is not always bad for your health; it all depends […]

CANCER: AN OVERVIEW, CAUSES, TREATMENTS, THE BEST GUIDE

What Exactly is Cancer? An Overview   Cancer has the lead among all the diseases in taking the life of humans. It is a general term used to describe a group of diseases with the same characteristics. These diseases involve abnormal cell growth and proliferation at a fast rate, often leading to cancerous tumors and […]

A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE ON DIABETES, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENTS

Diabetes Diabetes is an enduring disease that influences how your body regulates blood sugar. It can cause serious health problems, including heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Causes of Diabetes   There are several different causes of it, and it is important to be aware of them if you or a loved one has the […]

What is Pancreatic Cancer and how can you treat it?

Cancer of the pancreas is a dangerous condition that frequently results in death. There is a 5% chance of survival, even though it is the fourth most significant cause of mortality due to cancer in the United States. Because there are typically no symptoms in the early stages of the disease, early identification is essential. […]