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How Weight Loss Can Help Your Liver

A structured daily exercise routine coupled with nutritional education could do most people a world of good. Regular exercise and a healthy diet have been proven to reduce the...

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Attack Your Celiac This May

Gluten-free diets may be in style, but there’s nothing glamorous about celiac disease, a genetic autoimmune disorder of the small intestine. It’s estimated to affect 1 in 100 ...

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Fake News, Real Illness

You can’t trust everything you read online. And you don’t, usually. But then you experience an unfamiliar symptom. So you do some internet research. Now, not only do you feel ...

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Colon Cancer on the Rise in Young People

The truth is, thanks to screening programs across the United States, the incidence of colorectal cancer is decreasing for people over fifty, while it’s on the rise in young ad...

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Dr. Right

Colonoscopies are life saving procedures. Colon cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in both men and women in the United States despite this amazing tool. It i...

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Know Your Risk

Being healthier is something that most of us are striving for, especially as we age. We try to stay fit and eat healthier to avoid illness and feel better. That type of mental...

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Have You Ever Heard Of SIBO?

Gastrointestinal issues are rarely at the top of anyone's list of hot topics to discuss. We have learned to feel embarrassed by GI symptoms, despite the fact that everyone has...

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The Test All Baby Boomers Should Get

Were you born between 1946 and 1964? If so, you are considered a Baby Boomer and could be one of the 2.3 million Americans infected with hepatitis C. Hep C is a virus that att...

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