Overweight and obesity are the most frequent causes of the development of fatty liver, with the consequences that this disease entails.
An exciting study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals encouraging results in the quest for an effective treatment for hepatic steatosis, commonly known as fatty liver.
Chronic hepatitis B affects over 250 million people worldwide and can progress to cirrhosis and liver cancer.
There are several treatments for fatty liver, both drugs and wearing a balanced diet.
Fatty liver disease may be related to others, such as obesity, diabetes, etc.
Disease caused by fatty deposits in the liver (fatty liver) affects 20-30% of the world population.
Fatty liver is one of the most frequent diseases and affects 25-30% of the world population.
It is known that physical exercise is important for general health and that it also helps to prevent and control cancer.