Gastroenterology Blog

Get to Know Crohn's Disease

12/01/2023

Crohn's disease is a form of IBD that can affect your wellness. Learn the facts about Crohn's disease and how to take control of your health.

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When Should You Consult a Doctor for Hemorrhoids?

11/10/2023

Ignoring hemorrhoids can be detrimental to your daily life. Stay informed about the types of hemorrhoids and understand when to contact a GI doctor.

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What Are Well-known Signs and Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease?

10/06/2023

Understand the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of fatty liver disease. Prompt care of the condition may enhance life expectancy and liver health.

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Living With UC: Learn Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

09/15/2023

Ulcerative colitis is a disease affecting the rectum and colon. Discover more about this long-term GI issue and how it could affect your health.

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Are GERD and Acid Reflux Different?

08/01/2023

Acid reflux and GERD may seem to be the same; however, they are actually different. Read on to find out more about their differences.

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How Does the FibroScanĀ® Test Work and What Is It Used For?

07/06/2023

The FibroScan test is an innovative ultrasound exam that is used to uncover liver scarring or stiffness in order to monitor liver conditions.

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What Are the Causes of IBS? Am I at Risk?

06/01/2023

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can cause diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, and other uncomfortable GI issues. Learn about IBS and if you might be at risk.

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What Facts Should I Know About Celiac Disease?

05/05/2023

Celiac disease can impact your digestive system in many aspects. Read more about this gastrointestinal condition and how to guard your gut health.

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Understanding the Signs and Symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

04/07/2023

Inflammatory bowel disease can cause ongoing symptoms like diarrhea, abdominal pain, and other issues. Will this mean living uncomfortably long term?

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45 Is the New 50: Explore Changes in Colonoscopy Guidelines

03/01/2023

You may have heard 50 was the magic number. Now, however, the CDC and GI specialists suggest having colon cancer exams when you turn 45.

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Why You Should Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer

02/16/2023

A colon cancer screening can help protect your colon health and ward off colorectal cancer before it begins or progresses.

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