It Might Not Be Caffeine in Your Coffee That's Making You Poop, According to a Doctor
If you drink coffee and suddenly feel like you have to go number two, don't fret. Pascale M. White, MD, an assistant professor in Mount Sinai's division of gastroenterology and...
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SUN-PO069: A Cross-Sectional Study of Factors Associated with Activities of Daily Living in Digestive Cancer Inpatients
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Despite increases in CRC screening, racial disparities persist
Health policy changes and a concerted, national effort have led to an overall increase in rates of colorectal cancer screening in the last decade. However, racial and ethnic...
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New effort to study gastrointestinal gases and their influence on gut disorders
A source of embarrassment to some, or pure comedy to others, flatulence and the gases of the intestines are increasingly seen as playing an important role in our digestive health.
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Omega-3s Protect Your Lungs and Mitochondria
The death toll from the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, included 343 firefighters and paramedics among the 2,753 1 who were exposed to 10 million tons of material...
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Beneficial pests? Study shows that termites can alleviate the damage that droughts cause in tropical rainforests
Most termites don't deserve the bad reputation meant for the few species that are actual pests. An international study found that the insects actually help preserve tropical...
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The Biggest Common Keto Mistakes (& How to Fix Every Metabolic Problem With A Low-Carb Diet In Just 7 Seconds)
My guests on today's show are coming back for a three-peat. They first appeared in the episode, “Probiotic Enemas, Digestive
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Introduction to the Sixth Global Summit on the Health Effects of Yogurt: Yogurt, More than the Sum of Its Parts
ABSTRACTFoods are not only a collection of individual components but are complex matrices. The food matrix is defined by the USDA as “the nutrient and nonnutrient components of...
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Dad Nails Advice For All Partners Of Breastfeeding And Postpartum Moms
Muhammed Nitoto sums up the answer to that new dad question “what is there for me to do” in five digestible points Nothing in the world prepares you for that overnight...
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Humans more unique than expected when it comes to digesting fatty meals
People have very individualized inflammatory responses to eating a high-fat meal. These were the unexpected results of a study. They looked at the inflammatory reactions of...
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Early signs of adulthood type 2 diabetes can be seen in children as young as...
A group of children with genetic traits linked to type 2 diabetes were analysed by University of Bristol. Some molecules in their blood changed from childhood onwards.
At-Risk Men May Also Benefit From Mammograms
A new study argues there's potential benefit in regular mammograms for men who are at high risk of breast cancer.
Smog Particles Can Reach Developing Fetus: Study
Air pollution can penetrate a pregnant woman's placenta and potentially threaten the health of a developing fetus, new research warns.
BOMBSHELL: Global geoengineering experiment pushed by Bill Gates also funded...
The mainstream media is now openly pushing geoengineering and chemtrails as a solution for so-called “global warming,” which is of course a complete hoax to begin with...
Toxic air pollution particles are found in pregnant women's PLACENTAS for...
Researchers led by Hasselt University in Belgium scanned flesh from the placentas of 28 women who lived in areas with varying levels of pollution and found they all had black...
Making Major Decisions While Being Hungry is a Bad Idea
You might want to avoid making any important decisions about the future while being hungry.
Positive Experiences With Teachers or Neighbors can Save Long-term Health of...
Adverse childhood experience can lead to poor health later in life. Positive experiences could work as an anecdote to counter and overcome trauma.
Cancer cells become 'cannibals' and eat other tumor cells to beat...
New research from Tulane University found that some breast cancer cells become 'cannibals' and, instead of multiplying, engulf neighboring cells to stock up on energy in order...
Needle-less Flu Vaccine is Highly Effective
New needle-less flu vaccine patch boosted the immune system much better than a traditional flu shot without any negative side effects
The 10 women who beat breast cancer
The survivors, from Lincolnshire, aged from 47 to 81 and including eight blood relatives, won their battle after 15 years. Joyce Waite, 78, was the first to be diagnosed in 2002.