Alcohol and the Liver: Matt Decovsky at TEDxYouth@AICS

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Matt Decovsky demonstrates some of the effects of alcohol to the liver.

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Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS
Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS
Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS
Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS
Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS

Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS

Alcohol And The Liver: Matt Decovsky At TEDxYouth@AICS

7 thoughts on “Alcohol and the Liver: Matt Decovsky at TEDxYouth@AICS

  1. Had a nice opportunity to speak against alcohol not advocate the test it
    out theory. Disappointing.

  2. Uhm..from what I know,the liver breaks down ethanol into acetic
    aldehyde,not acetic acid.
    Only a species of bacteria(Mycoderma Aceti),can break down alcohol into
    acetic acid,in a process called acetic fermentation.

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