Even mild fatty liver disease is linked to increased mortality

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, NAFLD, affects nearly one in four adults in Europe and the U.S. Earlier research has demonstrated an increased risk of death in patients with NAFLD and advanced fibrosis or cirrhosis. Now, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and Massachusetts General Hospital in the U.S. show that mortality increases with disease severity, […]

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U.S. activists seek data to test corporate diversity pledges

More data disclosure will help investors, employees and customers judge the pledges many American companies have made to diversify their workforces and boardrooms, activists and analysts said on Tuesday. Companies should release specific information such as on the racial backgrounds of their directors or pay ranges of their workers, in order to maintain investors’ faith […]

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Killer mutilated friend’s body after drunkenly beating and stabbing him to death

A man mutilated his friend’s body after stabbing him to death following a drinking night. Martin Green, 50, initially denied murdering Stuart Morris but then pleaded guilty. The victim’s body was found in Green’s flat in Heathcott Road, Saffron Lane, in Leicester, in the afternoon of April 14, Leicestershire Live reports. The defendant spent the […]

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