How to Drink Responsibly and Keep Your Liver Healthy

All those Bachelorettewine nights, work happy hours, and boozy brunches may be catching up to millennials. A recent study published in the British Medical Journal tracked liver-related diseases and deaths from 1999 to 2016 and found alcohol consumption-related liver deaths had the biggest spike among young people aged 25-34 years old. In that 17-year timespan, annual deaths from cirrhosis (scarring of the liver caused by liver conditions and diseases) in the US alarmingly increased by 65 percent.


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