Managing fatty liver disease requires a multifaceted approach that includes dietary modifications and lifestyle changes.
About seven million children in the U.S. have fatty livers, and nearly a third of those kids also have prediabetes or diabetes, according to a new study.
We suggest some foods that may help reverse the effects of fatty liver
World Liver Day 2019: Fatty liver disease affects 10 million people in India every year. Dr. Rupali Datta gives dietary do's and don'ts to manage the condition.
If the fat content in liver becomes too high, then the person may suffer from fatty liver, which if not taken care of, can lead to liver cirrhosis.
Prolonged sitting such as watching TV and using the computer may increase risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, says a new study.
A recent study has found that green tea extract - if combined with regular exercise - has the potential to combat fatty liver disease.
According to a new study, published in the journal of Hepatology, children born to obese mothers are twice as likely to develop non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) as adolescents.
A new research study by scientists at Indian Institute of Technology Mandi (IIT Mandi) has indicated that zinc oxide supplements may be beneficial against fatty liver disease.
9th April is observed as World Liver Day, and it aims to spread awareness about the various liver diseases that affect millions of people worldwide. Here are some tips.