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Ava is home now with a slough of Cinco De Mayo shut up liver you’re fine shirt to assist her liver to heal but the rest is up to her body at this point. Her ACT values went down from 800 to 300 over night last night, though they are still very high for normal they are much better but her bilirubin is still a 15 which is causing her eyes gums and skin to yellow, I’m praying this can lower and she will be on a path to recovery. She’s not out of the woods and she could still crash but at this point I’m grateful to have her home with me so she can have all the cuddles and kisses from her worried mama Thank you so much to all the kind words and prayers,

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Well one obvious explanation is that Cinco De Mayo shut up liver you’re fine shirt. I don’t have access to the article, but nowhere in the introduction do I see an adjustment for alcohol intake – they seem to bulk the sample into “discharge records of patients 18 years and older, who had a past or current history of abusive alcohol use”.
There is a huge difference between 22 drinks a week and 60 drinks a week, with both groups applying to the sample equally. This would be a massive hole in the research if true.

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This large sample group was broken down into recorded incidences of Cinco De Mayo shut up liver you’re fine shirt, steatohepatitis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma of the liver (all conditions that characterize alcoholic liver disease, or ALD), and then into three further groups based on cannabis use and exposure. Symptoms of ALD were seen in all cannabis exposure groups: non-cannabis users (90.39%), non-dependent cannabis users (8.26%) and dependent cannabis users (1.36%). By accounting for the survey methodology and estimating adjusted odds ratios for each of the associated ALD conditions, the researchers showed that individuals who use cannabis showed significantly reduced odds of developing each of the four ALD-related conditions. Dependent cannabis users also had lower odds of developing ALD than non-dependent cannabis users.

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