Stool can come in a rainbow of shades. Most are harmless variations caused by the foods you eat. But some are cause for concern. Find out when you should just let it go or talk to your doctor.
By Bret Lashner, MD Just the thought of a fecal transplant – of transplanting fecal matter from one person into another – may make a lot of people think, “ick.” It’s an uncomfortable idea. But consider that a fecal microbiota transplant can help people with stubborn, unhealthy gut flora. These are people struggling with recurring … Read More
Wonder how long you should (or shouldn’t be) spending in the bathroom? Find answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Colorectal surgeon Michael Valente, DO, fields this one.