Drinking During Late Adolescence can lead to Chronic Liver Disease
Alcohol is the leading cause of liver cirrhosis and liver-related deaths. How much you drink in your late teens can predict the risk of cirrhosis later in life, finds a new study. Alcohol consumption early in life has now been associated with an increased risk of liver disease. The findings of this study are further discussed in the Journal of Hepatology.
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