Rethinking Cirrhosis Risk: Drinking Patterns Trump Volume in Liver Health
December 27, 20234 min read798 words
Published: December 27, 2023  |  4 min read798 words
Recent research indicates that drinking patterns, genetic factors, and type-2 diabetes play a crucial role in the risk of developing alcohol-related cirrhosis. The study emphasizes the significance of how and when alcohol is consumed, rather than the total amount, in determining ...
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Dec 29
Good news, everybody! We're all free to drink daily without fear of cirrhosis until we're old and grey, so long as we don't fall into the ill-defined category of 'binge-drinking'! These are the worst sort of science comm - the 'advisory' articles that counteract studies from last week that produced diametrically opposite results. THIS is why studies need to be replicated, by literature reviews must be thorough, why reporters need to be aware of larger bodies of scientific studies. I'm sure the study itself was competently administered, but the reporting on it? Don't trust it.
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