gastroenterology
Hepatology

Two coffees a day policy may prevent thousands of liver disease deaths

Drinking more coffee may be a simple, safe and accessible public health intervention to prevent liver disease and reduce liver-related mortality, according to Victorian hepatologists. An increasing body of evidence shows an association between coffee intake and liver health, says Dr Paul Gow of the Victorian Liver Transplant Unit, The Austin Hospital, Melbourne. Writing in ...

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