Heredity and Gastrointestinal Diseases
Research has revealed the influence of heredity on GI diseases, particularly Inflammatory Bowel Diseases like Crohn's & Ulcerative Colitis.Read
Ulcerative Colitis: Explore Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
Ulcerative colitis is a condition impacting the colon and rectum. Find out more about this long-term GI condition and how it might impact your health.Read
Rob & Ryan Lead From Behind
LEAD FROM BEHIND is on a mission to make colon cancer famous. We're raising awareness that #ColonCancer is The Preventable Cancer.Read
Is There a Difference Between GERD and Acid Reflux?
GERD and acid reflux can appear very similar; however, there is a clear difference between the two conditions. The GI Alliance team is here to help.Read
Five Reasons You Should Get a Colorectal Cancer Screening Sooner Than Later
If you’re 45 or older and haven’t had a colon cancer screening – here’s five reasons why you should.Read
Three Insurance Designations for a Colonoscopy
Most screening colonoscopies are covered 100% by insurance, coverage for a follow-up procedure will vary by carrier.Read
What Is the FibroScan® Test and How Does It Work?
FibroScan is an innovative ultrasound exam used to detect liver scarring and/or the stiffness of the liver to diagnose and monitor liver conditions.Read
What Causes IBS and Am I at Risk?
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) might lead to diarrhea, gas, abdominal pain, and GI issues. Read on to learn even more about this condition.Read
What You Should Know About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease can affect your gastrointestinal system in many aspects. Learn more about the condition and how you can guard your gut health.Read
Know the Signs and Symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
IBD can carry symptoms like diarrhea, food intolerance, weight loss, discomfort, fatigue, and more. Does this diagnosis mean living uncomfortably?Read
45 Is the New 50: Changes in Colonoscopy Recommendations
In years past, 50 was the magic number for having a colonoscopy. Now, however, the CDC and GI specialists advise having colon cancer exams at age 45.Read
Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer
Scheduling a colon cancer screening can help protect your colon health and combat colorectal cancer before it starts or becomes advanced.Read
Begin the New Year Right: Schedule Your Colonoscopy Now
Get a colonoscopy to begin the new year right and take control of your colon health. Preventive screenings can help to preserve your overall wellness.Read
How to Enjoy Better Health in the New Year
Kick off the new year with improved digestive health. Learn how to aid digestion and how optimal GI health can enhance your general wellness.Read
Facts to Know About GI Health
You've probably heard that "you are what you eat," but are you also aware that GI health plays a crucial role in your physical and mental well-being?Read
Learn Why It Is Essential to Have Colonoscopy Exams
Medical practitioners have long hailed the importance of the colonoscopy as a diagnostic procedure, especially in the case of colon cancer.Read
What is the Difference Between a Colonoscopy vs. an Endoscopy Exam?
An endoscopy and colonoscopy are different forms of endoscopic procedures. A GI doctor may perform them to assess issues within the digestive system.Read
November Is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
Understand the causes, symptoms, and risks of stomach cancer, and find out how a gastrointestinal (GI) specialist can help you receive care.Read
Arrange for a Colonoscopy By Year's End (and Maximize Your Deductible)
Having a routine colonoscopy before insurance deductibles reset can help you preserve your digestive health and save money as an added benefit.Read
What Is FibroScan® and How Does It Measure The Condition of The Liver?
FibroScan is an innovative method that allows our GI specialists to evaluate the health and condition of the liver using ultrasound techniques.Read