A population-based study linked increased BMI with a higher risk of gallstones, especially in women. The Danish researchers also found that patients who had more genetic variants linked to obesity also had a higher risk of increased BMI and developing gallstones. The findings were published in Hepatology.
Study links higher BMI to risk of gallstones
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