Can’t stop your stomach from gnawing and rumbling? In most cases, a balanced meal is all you need. But if hunger pangs aren’t leaving you alone, learn what you can do about them.
A gastroenterologist explains why you shouldn’t do coffee enemas, despite the latest social media claims.
While beans and legumes may be the “musical fruit,” that tune isn’t always melodic, and feeling bloated and gassy isn’t always fun. But you don’t have to avoid these healthy veggies — an integrative medicine physician shares tips for reducing flatulence.
Learn what causes flatulence, how much is normal and what to do if you’re farting too much.
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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.
A urologist runs down how various digestive issues can sometimes result in the formation of unpleasant kidney stones.
We’ve all eaten something that doesn’t agree with us. A dietitian explains food intolerance, its many symptoms and how the elimination diet works.