IBS - Prevention

11 Natural and Homeopathic Ways to Relieve Diarrhea

Sure, you can reach for pink bismuth, the old standby. But if you're interested in a different approach, keep reading.

Link Between Digestive Diseases and Migraines?

Studies shed light on the possibility that your migraines are connected to digestive disorders.

Got IBS? Lower Your FODMAPs For Relief

GI specialists say 70 percent of people with IBS can reduce their symptoms by following a low-FODMAP diet. What are FODMAPs, and what role do they play in digestion?

8 Digestive Health Myths

We separate fact from fiction for these common digestive misconceptions.

The Worst Foods for IBS

When it comes to Irritable Bowel Syndrome, which foods are most likely to bring on bouts of belly bloat and gassiness?

Probiotics: Beneficial Bacteria

These friendly bacteria can do wonders for your digestive system. Learn how your body can start reaping the benefits.

Can Talk Therapy Provide Pain Relief?

Typically thought of as a remedy for depression, some experts are studying the effects of talk therapy on chronic pain.

Gassy at Night? 9 Steps to Take

If diet or lifestyle habits are at the root of your bloating or gas overload, there are steps you can take during the day to avoid having problems at night.

Should You Get Screened for Ovarian Cancer?

Some physicians call ovarian cancer the silent killer because of its vague, non-specific symptoms. So on the surface, it sounds like regular screening would save lives. But it's not that simple.

Natural Solutions to 3 Gas Problems

Eating a well-balanced diet, drinking plenty of water each day, and refraining from doing things that can worsen digestive problems could be all you need to ease your digestive woes.

Holiday Stress Aggravating Your IBS?

The holiday season is a joyful time, but the anxiety of facing crowded malls, planning family festivities, and making the rounds at parties can cause an already sensitive digestive system to act up. Here's how to regain your calm when the stressors just keep on coming.

Holiday Foods that Won't Aggravate Your IBS

Facing the upcoming holiday celebrations and the inevitable food frenzy can be difficult if you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Broccoli and Plantain Fibers May Prevent Crohn's Disease Relapse

Scientists have found that broccoli and plantain fibers may significantly prevent E.coli movement within the bowels.

The Health Boosting Benefits of Vitamin K

Already a nutritional superstar, Vitamin K may be even more beneficial than we think. Find out how to get your daily dose.

Pouchitis 101

Diarrhea. Abdominal pain. Fever. Dehydration. If you've ever suffered from something called pouchitis, you're all too familiar with these symptoms. Here, learn how to manage this painful condition.

Could Fluctuating Hormones Be the Cause of Your Bloating?

Bloating is never pleasant, but uncomfortable and irritating. Not only is bloating caused by foods and stress, but can also be induced by hormones. Find out how this happens and what you can do to prevent it.

How Much Gas is Too Much?

It may be embarrassing to talk about gas, but how much gas is too much is important to keep in mind. Find out when is it normal and healthy and when does it indicate that your stomach health is at risk.

The IBD and MS Connection

Researchers have discovered that those with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have an increased risk of developing conditions such as arthritis, chronic renal, disease, and even multiple sclerosis.

Clostridium Difficile (CDF) and Crohn’s: What’s the Connection?

This microbe could pose a problem for your condition.

The Link between Celiac Disease and Crohn's

Although they are different diseases, Celiac and Crohn’s share similar symptoms and characteristics.

The Food, Exercise, and Digestion Connection

Learn about the important link between the three.

The Lowdown on Natural Digestive Remedies

Don't turn to meds just yet; these natural alternatives may do the trick.

Fish Oil & Relapse: What's the Connection?

Early studies of the effectiveness of fish oil in maintaining remission in Crohn's patients have been quite promising. Fish oil has anti-inflammatory properties because of the omega-3 fatty acids it contains—and Crohn's is an inflammatory disease.

Are You at Risk for Crohn’s?

Environment, eating habits, and genetics all play a key role.

Dietary Guidelines for Crohn's: Complete and Balanced

Vitamins, minerals and other key nutrients must be included

How to Manage Heartburn During Pregnancy

Approximately 50 percent of pregnant women will experience heartburn. Learn how to find relief.

Could You Have Crohn's Disease?

Learn about the symptoms and methods of diagnosing this gastrointestinal disorder.

The 8 Most Embarrassing Health Problems--Fixed

From head to toe, we explore symptoms and solutions for some of the most awkward health conditions.
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