Gastroenterology Blog

What Are the Common Signs of Poor Gut Health?

06/10/2022

Alarming GI issues, like stomach discomfort, changes in bowel habits, or unintended weight loss, could point to a GI disease.

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Key Actions to Keep Your Gut Healthy All Summer Long

06/09/2022

The summer season brings a few unique challenges to preserving digestive health, such as exhaustion, dehydration, and irregular eating habits.

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June is Men's Health Month: Stats and Facts About Colorectal Cancer in Men

06/03/2022

Colorectal cancer is a disease that affects the large intestine and is more prevalent in men. It can be effectively treated when found early.

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Learn More About GI Clinical Trials

GI Alliance05/27/2022

As a leading force for groundbreaking research int...

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Common Stomach Diseases and Disorders

05/20/2022

It's common to experience an upset stomach or diar...

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May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month: Explore the Signs, Causes, and Treatments

05/13/2022

You’ve likely heard of gluten. In this day and age...

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What Do Gastroenterologists Do?

04/29/2022

Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine dedicated to the study, diagnosis, and treatment of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

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What You Should Know About the Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal System

04/22/2022

What You Should Know About the Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal System

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April is IBS Awareness Month: Learn About Its Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

04/15/2022

Many members of the public are impacted by continual intestinal pain and bowel problems.

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A Simple Colonoscopy Screening Could Save Your Life!

03/25/2022

We do a number of things each day to preserve our health, like cleaning our teeth, eating vegetables, and working out. But what about a colonscopy?

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Five Key Facts to Know About Colorectal Cancer

03/11/2022

Learn information and key facts to know about Colorectal Cancer. Timely screenings can save your life.

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Recommended Age for Cancer Screenings Changed to 45

03/08/2022

Who should go for routine colorectal cancer screenings? Everyone age 45 and older should get a screening.

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The Dangers of Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Home Screening

03/08/2022

Colon cancer claims over 50,000 lives every year and is the 2nd most common cause of cancer death in the U.S.

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Know the Difference Between a Colonoscopy and Home Colorectal Cancer Screenings

03/07/2022

As we get older, it’s vital to sustain our health and wellness by adding in routine health screenings, like a colorectal cancer screening.

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Know the Risks, Signs, and Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer

02/09/2022

Being diagnosed with cancer is a health concern nobody wants to endure.

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Why is a Colonoscopy the Gold Standard for Colorectal Cancer Detection?

GI Alliance02/09/2022

About 50,000 people in the U.S. die from colon cancer annually. Learn more about how detection from a colonscopy is key.

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Facts and Statistics About Colorectal Cancer

GI Alliance01/31/2022

March is colon cancer awareness month, and GI Alliance aims to provide the colorectal cancer facts that could help protect your overall health

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Make Plans Now for a Healthy Start to the New Year

12/22/2021

Celebrating the arrival of the New Year brings New Year's resolutions. For many people, that tradition involves goals to establish a healthier way.

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What Is the Difference Between a Screening vs. Diagnostic Colonoscopy?

12/08/2021

When detected early, colon cancer can generally be treated effectively, offering a high survival rate.

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What Is Hemorrhoid Banding and Why Is It So Effective?

10/29/2021

A large number of people will likely be diagnosed with hemorrhoids during their life.

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