Dr. Brian Lee

hepatologist and liver transplant specialist with Keck Medicine at the University of Southern California

Dr. Brian Lee on KCRW

With the loneliness of quarantine and lockdowns, alcohol consumption has been going up.

During COVID: More alcohol consumption, more hospital patients with liver disease

With the loneliness of quarantine and lockdowns, alcohol consumption has been going up.

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