Excited about that upcoming trip? Less excited about trying to stay regular while on the road or in the sky? A gastroenterologist provides 10 tips to ward off and combat constipation while traveling.
IBS symptoms are similar to other abdominal issues, some quite serious. So, it’s important to get a correct diagnosis to receive proper treatment. Here’s what to know.
Hernias don’t go away on their own, but they don’t always require surgery either. A general surgeon explains what hernias are and the different treatment options to speak with your provider about.
If you experience acid reflux at night, you may get relief in an unexpected way: By sleeping on a specially designed wedge pillow.
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Your digestive system is a fascinating part of human biology — and here are nine reasons why.
When intestinal gas gets trapped in your chest, the pain can be intense. Some people even wonder if they’re having a heart attack. While chest pain can signal a real emergency, there are ways to tell the difference between gas and heart attack symptoms — as well as options for finding relief.
Whether you experience diarrhea, constipation or a combination of the two, fiber supplements can help normalize your bowels. But with so many to choose from, how do you pick the one that’s right for you? Sometimes, it’s as easy as talking with your healthcare provider.
What you eat and drink when you have diarrhea can help lessen symptoms and get you back to feeling normal. Here’s what should be on the menu.
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.
Eating may not sound appetizing when you have an upset stomach, but food such as whole grains, fruit and vegetables can help relieve certain symptoms.