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'Vampire Study' Points To Possible Diagnostic Test For Bowel Problems
Test subjects had to guzzle their own blood in the name of bloody research.
People With Allergies And Asthma Have A Higher Risk Of Psychiatric Disorders
By Abby Haglage, Yahoo Lifestyle
A robust new study out of Taiwan has found evidence that people who suffer from allergies are more likely to develop a psychiatric
Ulcerative Colitis vs. Crohn’s Disease – Similarities And Differences
Dr. David Samadi
Chairman of Urology, Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Ho...
Under normal circumstances, our immune system does its job of protecting the body from infection. However, in people who
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Antibiotic Use In Young Mice Linked To Inflammatory Disease
Disrupting the early development of a healthy gut microbiome can do serious -- yet reversible -- damage, a study finds.
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Great News! A Hot Bath Could Have Similar Benefits To Exercise
*grabs bath oil*
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An Artist With Crohn's Disease Looks Back At Living Without A Colon For 35 Years
Los Angeles-based contemporary artist who works in several med...
Thirty-five years and one week ago today I had my entire colon (large intestine) removed (known as a “colectomy”). I was
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One Breath Into This Breathalyzer Can Diagnose 17 Diseases
By Laura Geggel, Live Science
“Each disease has its own unique breathprint."
Watching What You Put In Your Mouth Can Reduce Health Care Spending More Than Politicians
Founder of Tarbell.org
Roger Deutsch, CEO of Cell Science Systems, says the Alcat Test can help uncover foods and substances that can trigger chronic
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This Chronic Gut Problem May Be Staggeringly Common
By Karen Rowan, Live Science
More than 3 million Americans say they have inflammatory bowel disease.
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Autoimmune Disease Drugs Might Help People With Depression, Too
By Sara G. Miller, Live Science
More proof that depression’s not "all in your head."
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The Surprising Reason Some Foods May Trigger Migraines
By Rachael Rettner, Live Science
Some migraine-triggering foods -- like processed meats -- contain nitrates.
A New Lease On Life
President & CEO of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
The benefits of ileostomies, colostomies, urostomies, and more are plentiful; however, regardless of the positive impact on a patient's quality of life, there is a significant stigma surrounding these life-saving devices.
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Experts May Have Finally Found The Cause Of Crohn's Disease
Great news for those with the notoriously hard to treat condition.
Leaky Gut: Signs, Symptoms And Healing
Tasneem Bhatia, M.D.
Dr. Taz MD, Creator of Superwomen, Power Kids and Healthy Fami...
Leaky gut. It's a term that has earned much debate in the medical community over the last decade. Does it really exist? Did
5 Summer Foods That Help You De-Bloat
CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. and book author
Adapted from an article originally published on Prevention.com These veggie-like fruits are rich in potassium--a mineral
Voodoo Medicine: Time To Stop
Scientist, former White House Senior Policy Analyst, Ph.D in n...
Yes, swimming powerhouse Michael Phelps, purple-spotted from cupping therapy, and your slovenly relative with a beer gut both share a bond -- a weakness in succumbing to the allure of voodoo medicine.
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