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Even without weight loss, high-intensity exercise improved metabolism in people with NAFLD.
Study finds people with a normal BMI were at greater risk for cardiovascular disease but lower risk for cirrhosis and diabetes.
Toxins released at the 2001 World Trade Center disaster site may have doubled the incidence of NAFLD.
More than a third of hepatocellular carcinoma cases among Medicare recipients were due to fatty liver disease.
Regular exercise and dietary changes can help improve liver health.
PFAS, synthetic chemicals found in many common products, may be contributing to an increase in liver problems, such as fatty liver disease.
Higher daily alcohol consumption was linked to greater risk for MAFLD.
The higher risk for women with longer periods does not appear to be related to obesity.
Liver fat reduction was similar with high-intensity interval exercise and moderate-intensity continuous training.
More than half of individuals with post-COVID illness showed signs of MAFLD.
Noninvasive imaging may be the best way to screen for NAFLD in this population.
Three checkpoint inhibitors reduce the risk of death for patients with hard-to-treat liver and biliary tract cancers.
Abdominal obesity worsened the impact of air pollution on MAFLD development.
Fatty liver disease dominated the Hep science news this year, but COVID-19 remains a concern for people with liver disease.
People with fatty liver disease and obesity who underwent bariatric surgery had better clinical outcomes.
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