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As we age, we lose muscle mass and begin accumulating pounds that we often cannot shed.

Do you find that stress and indigestion go hand in hand?

How do you decide what goes on your plate?

Root out Heartburn with This Ancient Remedy

Did you ever consider that the word probiotic means “for life”?

If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you know that symptoms can come on suddenly.

It’s hard to believe that 2017 is almost over and the new year will be here soon.

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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a group of intestinal symptoms that typically occur together.

It is normal to experience constipation from time to time, but chronic constipation can be harmful to your digestive health.

Let’s face it. Bathroom issues are embarrassing, and we will all go to great lengths to avoid talking about them.

It’s almost the end of the year, and there’s so much to do.

Anemia is a condition that develops when your blood does not have a sufficient number of healthy red blood cells or hemoglobin.

You’ve probably talked to your kids about important issues like time management and personal finances, but have you ever talked to your kids about colon cancer?

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Colon cancer affects one in 20 individuals, making it the third-leading cause of cancer death in the United States.

Whether you’re running errands or running a marathon, activewear provides the perfect combination of style, function and comfort. That is, unless you have heartburn.

There are several lifestyle changes that can reduce the occurrence of acid reflux – eating smaller portions, avoiding common trigger foods and not smoking – but one of the most effective yet overlooked therapies is exercise.

One of the side effects of untreated celiac disease is osteoporosis, a disease that decreases your bone density and makes bones thin and brittle. Low bone density often manifests itself by backaches, stooped posture, and fractures of the wrist, spine or

You might be worried that your upcoming colonoscopy will hurt, but don’t look for sympathy from Justin O. Schmidt, a biologist at Southwest Biological Institute.