Coffee Consumption Found to Reduce Risk of Cirrhosis

BY GABRIELLE BENNETT
Coffee appears to confer a number of protective effects against liver disease.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2016
Given the dose-response relationship between coffee and CLD, these interventions could benefit even existing coffee drinkers.

  

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