Obesity plus alcohol increases liver disease risk

03/14/2010 | HealthDay News

Data from two studies showed obese women and men have higher risks of liver disease if they drink alcohol daily. One study found overweight and obese women had a higher risk of cirrhosis of the liver and that risk increased if they drank an average of a third to a half drink per day.

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