| Fatty liver | Health | News
Is there any food to treat fatty liver?

Coffee and grape seed extract may help treat fatty liver and improve cardiovascular and metabolic health. More studies are needed to confirm these results.

| Fatty liver | Health | News | Salud
Can I drink alcohol if I have a fatty liver?

Alcohol worsens fatty liver, significantly increasing mortality in high-risk patients, even with moderate intake

| Fatty liver | News | Treatments
Can fatty liver cirrhosis be reversed?

Recent study highlights aldafermin’s ability to reverse liver cirrhosis due to fatty liver by reducing fibrosis in patients. A significant breakthrough in treatment prospects.

| Fatty liver | News | Treatments
Promising fatty liver treatment with Resmetirom

We analyse the latest results of the study conducted with Resmetirom for the treatment of fatty liver disease.

| Fatty liver | News | Treatments
Statins for the treatment of fatty liver

Statins are effective in treating cardiovascular and liver diseases, reducing risks and improving hepatic health.

| Fatty liver | News | Treatments
Utility of aspirin in the treatment of fatty liver

The study reveals that aspirin, administered for 6 months, reduces hepatic fat, improves inflammation and fibrosis in patients with fatty liver.

| Fatty liver | Health | News
Association between fatty liver and heavy metals

We analyzed the association between fatty liver disease and heavy metal exposure.

| Health | News | Treatments
Gilbert syndrome, an advantage?

Gilbert’s syndrome is a common condition that causes an increase in bilirubin. It may have benefits for metabolic health and longevity. It does not require specific treatment.

| Fatty liver | News | Treatments
New treatment for hepatic steatosis

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.

| Hepatitis B | News | Treatments
Withdrawal of antiviral treatment in Hepatitis B

Chronic hepatitis B affects over 250 million people worldwide and can progress to cirrhosis and liver cancer.

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