10 Warning Signs Your Liver Sends You

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Your Palms Are Red

Speaking of red flags, do you suddenly have red palms for no reason? It could be due to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, a condition that involves too much fat being stored in liver cells that affects people who barely drink — or totally avoid! — alcohol.

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