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U.K. study finds that children of obese moms are more likely to develop non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in their 20s.
Coffee drinkers appear to have a 49% lower risk of dying of chronic liver disease.
Obesity increased the risk of liver disease to a smaller extent, according to a meta-analysis study.
The United States isn’t alone in grappling with this growing health problem.
Restricting the testing program to only people who inject drugs did not improve its cost effectiveness.
An epidemic of sexually transmitted hepatitis C among men who have sex with men has emerged.
Researchers followed a group of teenagers over time and found that their rate of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease rose in young adulthood.
A trio of British studies projected the impact of programs that provide clean injection-drug materials to people who inject drugs.
In some non–U.S. nations, health care providers can prescribe medical-grade heroin and supervise patients as they take it.
The surgical practice is common in the United Kingdom but rare in the United States.
The company has started rationing shots across the United Kingdom while advocates wonder why U.S. supplies haven’t been affected.
The distribution of contaminated blood products left nearly 7,500 people infected with HIV and hepatitis C in the 1970s and ’80s.
Widespread treatment offers the possibility of eliminating hepatitis C as a public health threat.
Critics of the devices argue neither virus can be transmitted via spitting and that such suggestions reinforce stigma and misperceptions.
Scaling up treatment of hepatitis C among gay and bisexual men in the United Kingdom could in half the number of new cases among that populati...
A new study out of the U.K. has revealed that one in almost 3,000 blood donors are currently carrying the hepatitis E virus.
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