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Research

Investigating A Treatment For Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

CLF-funded researcher Dr. John Ussher is studying how a heart disease treatment called ranolazine can reduce the severity of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). This exciting study can result in finding a successful treatment for NAFLD.
Liver Friendly Recipes

Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes

Every season can be “slow cooker season” if done properly! Take a look at these health-conscious slow cooker meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
News, Research

The Challenges and Achievements of a Female in Clinical Research

Our conversation with Dr. Amanda Ricciuto, a clinical research fellow at the Hospital for Sick Children, exemplifies the female role-models that make up our leadership, our funded researchers, our volunteers and more.
Liver Disease Champions, Volunteer Story

Fat Destroyed Her Liver, A Transplant Saved Her Life

Debbie was living unaware that her liver was in deep trouble due to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, the largest liver disease in Canada.
Liver Health Tip

5 Ways To Show Your Liver Some Love On Valentine’s Day!

We put a lot of effort into showing the special people in our lives how truly loved they are on Valentine’s Day. But, do we do enough to show our liver how much we care about it?
Liver Disease Champions

Five Years And 100 lbs. Ago

28-year-old Leigh had never heard of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and had no idea that his health was in jeopardy.
News

Canada’s Food Guide and Your Liver Health

In January of 2019, Canada unveiled a new food guide. The Canadian Liver Foundation provided insight on this guide and how it can impact those living with liver disease
A doctor listens attentively while taking notes of what her patient is telling her. She is wearing a stethoscope and writing with pen on a clipboard. The patient is a middle-aged woman her glasses, and her back to the camera.
Liver Health Tip

Questions To Ask Your Doctor 

As a patient, you may not think to share or remember all the questions you wanted to ask until after you leave the doctor’s office. These tips will have you prepared so that you get the most out of your next visit.