Published in Heart Disease Weekly, May 30th, 2004
Fatty liver affects between 5-10% of the adult male population and is linked to heart disease. The research results are revealed, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, at a time when there is a worldwide increase in fat-related illnesses including diabetes and heart disease.
The scientists' discoveries may help some men with fatty liver, a presently untreatable condition which increases the risk of heart and liver disease. This group of men,...
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