Type 2 diabetics highly prone to non-alcaholic liver disease

The teetotallers are not having the last laugh. At least not when it comes to liver disease. It was a well-known fact that heavy alcohol consumption would lead to many forms of liver disease, especially cirrhosis, or scarring of the liver. But teetotallers don’t seem to be insulated from this disease. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is getting common, with an alarming number of young people getting affected by it. City doctors are reporting that liver disease in on the rise with NAFLD cases being more common than alcoholic fatty liver cases. Full Story