Repeated Jet Lag May Increase Liver Cancer Risk: Study
Repeated jet lag can increase both obesity related liver disease and the risk of liver cancer, researchers warned.
"Liver cancer is on the rise worldwide, and in human studies we have now seen that patients can progress from fatty liver disease to liver cancer without any middle steps such as cirrhosis," said lead author David Moore, Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the US.

The study found that chronically jet-lagged mice developed liver cancer in a very similar way as that described for obese humans....