Journal of Liver: Disease & TransplantationISSN: 2325-9612

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Air Pollution Exposure Linked to Fatty Liver Disease Study

Researchers studied the impact of ambient air pollution on about 90,000 persons in China after animal studies revealed that absorbing air pollutants may raise the chance of getting fatty liver disease. Participants' sociodemographic, biometrics (blood, urine samples), lifestyle behaviors (weight, smoking, drinking, etc.) and health-related history were all obtained by the CMEC [1]. Long-term exposure to ambient air pollution, as defined by the World Health Organization as dangerous particles produced by industries, houses, automobiles, and trucks, may raise the risk of getting the disease, particularly for men who smoke, drink alcohol, and consume high-fat diets.

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