Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease NAFLD

Hepatosteatosis is defined as fat accumulation in the liver, comprising more than 5–10% of liver weight. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a term used to describe fatty liver disease that does not involve alcohol consumption. NAFLD encompasses a spectrum from benign steatosis to nonalcoholic steatohepatitis with inflammation (NASH) and liver cirrhosis [1]. Notably, NAFLD has significantly increased liver-related mortality,…

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MDMA Ecstasy Withdrawal: Symptoms, Timeline, and Detox

While these symptoms can fade after 2 weeks, they can sometimes last for months. Ecstasy addiction is more psychological than physical, but withdrawal can still occur. However, the symptoms are milder compared with other drugs like meth, cocaine, and some prescription drugs. This requires an individual to stop taking ecstasy, and this is best done through medically supervised detox. In…

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Involuntary Rehab: Can You Force Someone Into Rehab? How?

For example, the rehab center may pay the operator of a sober living home $500 a week to send them patients with good health insurance. The patient will then be overcharged for a variety of services and amenities. NY Center for Living provides help to those researching addiction, looking for substance abuse rehabilitation, or in need of a referral. They…

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