• ‘Well Done' Red Meat Linked to Liver Disease, Diabetes Risk Factor

    4 monthes ago - By Health Status

    A study out of Israel suggests that your risk for diabetes increases if you eat your steak well done. This research looked at non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and its link to diabetes. Fatty liver disease occurs when more than 5 % of the liver is made up of fat. This can be caused by...
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  • Researchers call for new genetic tests for congenital diseases

    Researchers call for new genetic tests for congenital diseases

    4 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Researchers have discovered that genetic mutations called epivariations are the cause of certain neurodevelopmental disorders and congenital diseases.
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  • Researchers identify novel epigenetic mutations as cause of neurodevelopmental, congenital disorders

    4 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Researchers have identified a type of genetic aberration to be the cause of certain neurodevelopmental disorders and congenital diseases, such as autism and congenital heart disease, which are undetectable by conventional genetic testing.
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  • Researchers offer insights into liver disease caused by intravenous nutrition

    4 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily

    Medical researchers shed light on the underlying cause of intestinal failure-associated liver disease and suggests new therapeutic approaches.
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