8 ways you can prevent gallstones
If you’ve ever heard the adage, “A single stone can fell a giant,” then you understand the painful truth of a gallstone attack.
Your risk for gallstones rises after you hit 50, unless you’re physically active and keep a healthy weight. In addition, women, especially young women, are more likely to develop gallstones than men. Hormones explain the difference, scientists say. The “gender gap” narrows with age, so older men and women have a similar risk of gallstones.
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