Gastrointestinal Health

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Gastrointestinal Health

A belt that wraps around your stomach and listens for the telltale sounds of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may make it easier to spot the notoriously elusive disease.

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Gastrointestinal Health

By having patients swallow a blue dye tablet as part of colonoscopy prep, doctors can boost their chances of catching telltale signs of cancer, new research suggests.

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Gastrointestinal Health

Most people should now begin colorectal cancer screening at age 45, say new guidelines that were spurred by the rising rate of the disease among younger Americans.

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Gastrointestinal Health

The type of colon polyp that's spotted during a colonoscopy may help predict the likelihood of colon cancer, new research shows.

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Gastrointestinal Health

Some vacationers may be more lucky than others if they catch a case of "traveler's diarrhea."

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Gastrointestinal Health

Sigmoidoscopy, an alternative to colonoscopy, may help one gender more than the other, new research shows.

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