Not even the winter cold could stop ADRLF, the Ryan Health Network and friends from coming together for a night of great music and a great cause at the ADRLF 2nd Karaoke Nights. Co-produced with ADRLF’s longstanding partners in health, the William F. Ryan Community Health Center, this year’s successful Valentine’s Day-themed fundraiser was held at the Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center in New York City. The benefit aimed to help ADRLF promote awareness of hepatitis and liver cancer, and provide free hepatitis screenings. ADRLF’s 2nd Karaoke Nights – V-Day editi
With SINCERE GRATITUDE to Our Fantastic Sponsors, Volunteers, Entertainers & Attendees of Our "DISCO BOWL SPRING FLING" Benefit, as We Kicked Off National Hepatitis Month Together (Photo Credit: Kristin Goehring)
  With DEEP GRATITUDE to Our Fabulous Sponsors, Volunteers, Performers & Attendees of ADRLF’S “DISCO BOWL SPRING FLING” Benefit — as We Joined Forces To Strike Out Liver Disease and Kick Off National Hepatitis Awareness Month, Together! (Photo Credit: Kristin Goehring)  
Hepatitis is the leading cause of liver cancer — but the Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation is here to let you know, it doesn’t have to stay that way.  Testing Saves Lives! Over 5.3 million people in the U.S. alone are living with hepatitis; however, many are unaware that they have the silent disease living within them. Therefore, the best way to fight against hepatitis is by screening/testing. Today on National Hepatitis Testing Day, we urge you: Screen. Vaccinate. Educate. Don’t Hesitate! Follow us at @ADRLFoundation and on Facebook Remember:  Be #HepAware A
World Hepatitis Day 2016 is just around the corner! For this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) presents the first ever Global Elimination Strategy for Viral Hepatitis with the theme “Elimination” — and the goal to eradicate hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. ADRLF invites you to be part of this effort to support liver wellness across the globe! To date, over 400 million people live with hepatitis. Add to that their families and loved ones who are at high risk for getting the disease.  With the support of the CDC, the WHO has set a strategic plan to achieve the
Beat the summer heat with liver-healthy smoothies! (Photo credit: Ida Myrvold)
Who doesn’t love basking in the summer sun? From doing barbecues at the park to enjoying beach picnics with family and friends — it’s that time of the year when the longer days mean more outdoor fun. But the heat also calls for refreshing drinks that need not be restricted to sugary lemonades and sodas, or ice cold beer. ADRLF gives you some liver-healthy and tasty smoothie ideas to beat the summer heat. Beat the summer heat with liver-healthy smoothies!(Photo credit: Ida Myrvold) But first, let’s quickly recap the importance of the liver. Your liver is one of the body’s
Try beetroots to give your diet a liver-friendly flavor! (Photo credit: Flickr/Creative Commons; Tracy Benjamin)
Beetroot is one of those versatile ingredients that you can slice and drop in a classic soup, roast or bake with olive oil, or toss in the blender for a refreshing smoothie. This earthy vegetable has been known to have health benefits including lowering blood sugar – but did you know that it is also rich in antioxidants that promote liver health? Try beetroots to give your diet a liver-friendly flavor! (Photo credit: Flickr/Creative Commons; Tracy Benjamin) Beetroots are deep-purple taproots of the beet plant. Also called the table beet, red/golden beet, or borscht, beetroots are oft
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The Al D. Rodriguez Liver Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides resources, education and information related to screening, the prevention of and treatment for the Hepatitis Virus and Liver Cancer. Our mission is to educate people about the relationship between chronic infection of the Hepatitis Virus and its association with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) - which is the most common cause of liver cancer.