Very low food security is a risk factor for advanced fibrosis, along with high body mass index, high A1C levels and female gender, researchers reported at the International Liver Congress 2018. Blacks and Hispanics were more likely than whites to have low food security, which was also more common among the uninsured and those with an education level below secondary school.
Study links low food security to higher risk of advanced fibrosis
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