Ever experience intense stomach pain that stops you in your tracks? It might be gastritis. You probably feel like you’re at death’s door, but know that the pain will pass. Here’s what you need to know about what may be the worst bellyache in the world — including how to manage it.
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A failing liver increases your chances of liver cancer. Knowing the signs of liver disease can help you pinpoint problems and control them sooner.
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