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IBS symptoms ‘can be managed’
People who suffer from painful digestive health condition irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) could ease the symptoms by making small changes to their diet, an expert has claimed.
Lactoferrin and BacteriaLactoferrin has long been recognized for its antimicrobial properties, initially attributed primarily to iron sequestration. It has since become apparent that interaction between the host and bacteria is modulated by a complex series of interactions between lactoferrin and bacteria, lactoferrin and bacterial products, and lactoferrin and host cells.
Bowel cancer rate doubles for men due to bad diet and ageing populatio
More than one in 15 men are at risk of developing the disease compared with one in 29 in 1975.
Diabetes is first pandemic of 21st century
People looking to maintain their digestive health could be interested to hear the latest developments surrounding type 2 diabetes.
Is colonic hydrotherapy just money down the drain?
Lying on a coach in a therapist’s treatment room, events organiser Tamily Cookson was not enjoying her first ever experience of colonic irrigation.
Children with autoimmune disorders should be tested for Celiac
Children suffering from autoimmune disorders should be tested for digestive health issue celiac disease, an expert has claimed.
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.
Probiotics key in tackling C.difficile
A US medical expert has highlighted the potential benefits of using probiotics to treat Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhoea (CDAD).
Heartburn could be affected by lifestyle choices
People who suffer from heartburn on a regular basis could take simple steps to improving their digestive health, an expert has claimed.
Heartburn and GERDMany people have heartburn every now and again after eating a large meal, and will be familiar with the unpleasant burning feeling in their chest, just behind their breastbone.