Watch ADRLF’s Carson Kressley on Celebrity Family Feud

August 14th, 2016

TUNE IN to ABC tonight to watch Celebrity Family Feud at 8|7 CT, as our fearless Board member, Carson Kressley and his fam’ feud with Paula Deen and hers! Survey says: you won’t want to miss!”  

Ryan Center Kicks off National Health Center Week

August 8th, 2016

If you’re in NYC tomorrow, Tuesday, on August 9th, we have an exciting “Summer Wellness Must” for you to check out! Our great partners in healthcare at the Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center are putting on a fab event to celebrate National Health Center Week. “There will be food demos and tastings, health information, fitness activities facilitated by the [...]

ADRLF Promotes #NoHep and Latino Awareness for World Hepatitis Day 2016!

July 28th, 2016

World Hepatitis Day is back! And it gives all of us a tremendous opportunity to make in global impact, by advocating and promoting liver health awareness — through the education, screening, and treatment of viral hepatitis. This “hidden epidemic” affects over 2 billion people worldwide; and is one of the world’s top ten infectious diseases. [...]

Beat the Summer Heat with Liver Cleansing Smoothies

July 18th, 2016
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, [...]

For World Hepatitis Day 2016: Commit to Eliminate Hepatitis!

July 5th, 2016

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 [...]

Awareness: Your Ultimate Key to Control Hepatitis

May 30th, 2016
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) kicked off National Hepatitis Awareness Month with the release of a rather alarming report, which should inspire us all into taking action. The study noted that deaths from hepatitis C continue to rise in the US, reaching an all-time high of 19,659 deaths in 2014.  But what [...]

May 19th is National Hepatitis Testing Day: Get Tested. Save Your Life!

May 19th, 2016

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 [...]

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!

May 5th, 2016
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)


Get Your Tickets Now for ADRLF’s Disco Bowl Spring Fling 2016 — Sunday, May 1st!

April 1st, 2016

To Kick Off NATIONAL HEPATITIS AWARENESS MONTH Celebrate spring with ADRLF at our Disco Bowl Spring Fling Benefit 2016! Come SPARE some time to STRIKE out Hepatitis and Liver Cancer! The benefit will be hosted by television personality Carson Kressley, and will feature a Disco Medley Performance by the DISCOETTES. Other performers include Broadway’s own Carmen Ruby Floyd (After Midnight), Laiona [...]

Getting To Know Liver Cancer: Risks, Factors, and Options

March 18th, 2016
David Bowie's recent death has raised liver cancer awareness. (Photo Credit: Adam Bielawski/Wikimedia Commons)

This winter season, people across the globe celebrated World Cancer Day to raise awareness of the challenges and threats of cancer, which claims about 8.2 million lives each year; and sends countless millions of others into combat mode. In one way or another — given that it does not discriminate — on a global level, [...]