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During a doctor’s visit for severe pelvic and back pain, Twyla Hubbard, 46, a mom of two, first learned she had a large uterine fibroid.
Cells that influence gut function could yield new therapies for irritable bowel syndrome and other gastrointestinal conditions.
Julie’s irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) caused her to either not be able to go to the bathroom or to not be able to stop going.
Elsa’s switch to the night shift at her hectic job aggravated her gastrointestinal symptoms, which became progressively worse.
If you don’t move your bowels every day, does this mean you need a laxative? And if so, are laxatives safe?
Water isn’t only for drinking—it’s key to all biological processes.
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Science is showing that good bacteria in our gut supports gastrointestinal health and shields us from a whole slew of diseases.
A history of constipation might predict future development of Parkinson’s disease
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Bad breath, body odor, dandruff—just occasional nuisances, right?
Some experts claim that routine maintenance of your large intestine can help stave off serious disease.
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