NewsBreak: A ‘quiet’ liver disease is on the rise in kids and Hispanic people: What you need to know (Abomination Shot Adverse Event)

Two years ago, Allison Grainger went to her doctor after feeling constant fatigue and nausea. A quick trip to the grocery store would exhaust her.

The lethargy was so intense, the 26-year-old quit her job working as a spa concierge.

Her primary care doctor sent her to a specialist, who found abnormal levels on her liver function tests. A liver biopsy later showed she had nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH, a more severe form of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease that occurs when there’s too much fat in the liver.

“I was very shocked,” she said. “At the time I was devastated.”

Hispanic Americans like Grainger disproportionately suffer from the disease and its more severe form NASH, with estimates showing NASH rates highest in this group.

Meanwhile, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease affects between a quarter to a third of the U.S. population, according to estimates, and rates are rising in adults in their 20s and children . It’s also the leading cause for liver transplants in women , research shows.

Experts say patients often lack symptoms, and raising awareness is essential to help them get the care they need to manage progression.

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