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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.
What you put on your plate could make all the difference in helping to manage and control irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms.
Tracking what you eat can help determine what’s causing the diarrhea and stomach pain that characterize irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
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Thousands of people engaged in an open discussion about irritable bowel syndrome, offering new ideas and hope for those who struggle.
The process of fermentation uses bacteria, yeast and other beneficial microorganisms to produce foods that support a healthy gut—and body.
Different changes may help different people with IBS.
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