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Antacids – Storing Up Trouble?Recent research suggests that antacids, which are the world’s most popular drugs, can double the risk of pneumonia.
Early testing could limit risk of celiac disease
Individuals showing the early symptoms of digestive health condition celiac disease have been advised to seek medical attention.
Link between Celiac and Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes and the food intolerance disorder celiac disease appear to share a common genetic origin, UK research suggests.
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Peta Morton, UK
DiarrhoeaDiarrhoea can be of sudden onset and lasting for less than four weeks (acute) or persistent (chronic). This leaflet deals with acute diarrhoea, which is common. In most cases, diarrhoea eases and goes within several days but sometimes takes longer. The main risk is lack of fluid in the body (dehydration). The main treatment is to have lots to drink, which aims to avoid dehydration. You should also eat as normally as possible.
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.
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).
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).
Leaky gut found to be a major contributory factor in Celiac disease
Celiac disease, according to estimates, affects approximately three million Americans and as of yet, 97% haven't been correctly diagnosed. As staggering as these statistics are, celiac disease remains largely poorly understood by the medical community. It's no wonder, given its lack of research as compared with other autoimmune disorders. However, there is research being actively conducted in the U.S. and internationally in a quest to understand the pathogenesis, or the cause and development of the disease. With this information, more about celiac disease, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment can come to light.