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Naltrexone could relieve pain in Crohn’s disease
Patients living with digestive health issue Crohn's disease could find relief from a new medication, experts have suggested.
Antacids – Storing Up Trouble?Recent research suggests that antacids, which are the world’s most popular drugs, can double the risk of pneumonia.
Peptic UlcersRepeated use of a certain class of drugs for gastric reflux or peptic ulcers was linked with a higher risk for dementia among patients in Germany, researchers say.
Olive oil in diet could prevent stroke
Health-conscious people who eat a nutritious diet containing olive oil could limit the chance of a stroke, a new study has claimed.
Health Warnings Written on Your FaceEveryone knows a lucky so-and-so who hates the gym, eats junk food and drinks wine every night, yet somehow maintains an enviably tiny and firm figure.
Balanced diet ‘could limit risk of dementia’
People who maintain good digestive health by eating a balanced diet could reduce their chances of developing dementia in old age, an expert has suggested.
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Sean’s StorySean Rogers, 30, suffered from IBS for many years: like so many sufferers, he put this down to stress. In the summer of 2003, after a particularly stressful time at work and home, Sean’s once manageable IBS escalated into the more serious and debilitating Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Employers should show more understanding to employees with IBD
Judith Cave, 53, of Stanwick, was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in April 1999, about six months after she first started to feel unwell with an upset stomach.