Herbal medicine can cleanse your liver and keep it healthy. (Photo Credit: Creative Commons) Scientific advances have made it easier for some people to ignore natural and traditional treatments. Put in another perspective – why trade in the smart phone for an old, analogue phone? But recently, Western science has begun to recognize the power of traditional Eastern medicine in combating the toxicity of a modern medicine called acetaminophen. Acetaminophen – rings a bell? Acetaminophen is widely found in over-the-counter (OTC)pain relievers, as well as in many OTC flu and cough medicine. Whe
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ADRLF hosted another successful event on April 8, 2013, “Karaoke Nights.” Produced in association with the William F. Ryan Community Health Center, the event raised over $10,000. Fun was had by all including Carson Kressley and Countess LuAnn Lesseps. (Photo by Monica Simoes)
The Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation continues to live by its mission statement: Screen. Vaccinate. Don't Hesitate. Following screenings sponsored by ADRLF and The Actors Fund, ADRLF pledged to pay for vaccinations for all screened individuals who needed the essential vaccine.
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ADRLF Board Member and Grey’s Anatomy star Sara Ramirez stopped by the William F. Ryan Community Health Center in New York City last week. The Ryan Center was among the first recipients of the foundation’s grants. Ms. Ramirez stopped by to meet the staff and patients and learn more about the Ryan Center’s work with Hepatitis B, C and HIV/AIDS.