Stated Arun J Sanyal MD.

If we don’t act now to diagnose the an incredible number of Baby Boomers and others, we’ll end up being too late to spare them from developing critical liver diseases. We’ll all end up having to pay the price, since Medicare and Medicaid will end up picking right up the tab for a lot of the care, said Jeff Levi, Ph.D., Executive Director of TFAH. Health reform and new science provide us a once-in-a-generation possibility to rethink how we deal with these silent killers.Related StoriesStudy suggests a neural pathway by which early life stress may contribute to depressionEstradiol fluctuation may enhance psychological sensitivity to psychosocial tension during menopausal transitionScientists present how specialized cells help each other survive under stressTo determine if the corticosterone neuropathway was in charge of the improved storage, as proposed, experts injected one group of rats before the forced swim with a medicinal substance that blocks the actions of the stress hormone, and injected another group with saline.