It’s not an eating disorder. It’s a stomach disorder called gastroparesis. And it’s preventing a growing number of teenage girls and young women from wanting to eat at all. Gastroenterologist Michael Cline, DO, explains.
A “smart” pill can help your doctor diagnose gastroparesis, a condition that reduces your stomach’s ability to empty properly. Find out how the pill works.
Throwing up isn’t fun. But vomiting serves a useful purpose in ridding your body of toxins and poisons. Our expert offers tips for post-throw up recovery.
Thinking about a detox or cleanse to clean out your system? Consider these pros and cons before you dive in.
If you’re feeling nauseated after eating, it could be a result of a number of conditions. Here’s what to know if this happens to you.
Scleroderma most often affects the skin. But the disease also can affect many other parts of the body, including the digestive system, lungs, kidneys, heart, blood vessels, muscles and joints. Find out everything you need to know about this autoimmune disease.
If a child is regurgitating food but doesn’t show any signs of a digestive or swallowing problem, a pediatrician might start to consider whether it’s rumination syndrome.
If you experience pancreatic troubles, it’s important to know the best method of care. Learn more about two specific procedures.
Even though marijuana works in the brain to stop nausea and increase hunger, it can also be toxic and cause what’s called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. Gastroenterologist Michael Cline, DO, explains this growing problem.