You can fight traveler’s constipation or diarrhea by following your normal diet and exercise routine, drinking plenty of water and getting rest.
Since antibiotics are trying to kill bacteria in your body, they also kill bacteria in your intestines that keep your digestive system in balance. The result? Diarrhea. Here’s ways to prevent this unpleasant side effect.
Most people diagnosed with celiac disease nowadays are adults, but children can and do get it. Children who do not achieve the growth expected for their age, or who have certain digestive symptoms, may be tested for it.
What should you eat when you have diarrhea? It turns out Mom’s advice was spot on. Our expert explains.
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You bowel movements can tell you about everything from diseases to stress. Our colorectal surgeon explains what to look for and what it may mean.
Turns out, evidence backs up your grandmother’s cure-all for tummy troubles. Here’s why, and some more tips to feel better when you have a stomach ache.
Medication, diet and lifestyle can cause digestive problems as you age. Get five tips that will help you avoid or manage these issues.
Many people with a bout of serious stomach troubles say they have a stomach flu. But it’s usually norovirus, the No. 1 cause of disease outbreaks from contaminated food in the United States. Find out how you can avoid it.
Fructose is naturally present in most fruits and some vegetables, but it’s also found in many processed foods and drinks, such as candy, juice, soda and snack foods, making it difficult to avoid.
When you have diarrhea that won’t go away, you’ll do anything to get rid of it. That’s why patients and physicians are eager to know more about a treatment called fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT). It works — and fast.