What Are the Common Signs of Poor Gut Health?
Alarming GI issues, like stomach discomfort, changes in bowel habits, or unintended weight loss, could point to a GI disease.Read
Key Actions to Keep Your Gut Healthy All Summer Long
The summer season brings a few unique challenges to preserving digestive health, such as exhaustion, dehydration, and irregular eating habits.Read
June is Men's Health Month: Stats and Facts About Colorectal Cancer in Men
Colorectal cancer is a disease that affects the large intestine and is more prevalent in men. It can be effectively treated when found early.Read
Learn More About GI Clinical Trials
As a leading force for groundbreaking research int...Read
Common Stomach Diseases and Disorders
It's common to experience an upset stomach or diar...Read
May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month: Explore the Signs, Causes, and Treatments
You’ve likely heard of gluten. In this day and age...Read
What Do Gastroenterologists Do?
Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine dedicated to the study, diagnosis, and treatment of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.Read
What You Should Know About the Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal System
What You Should Know About the Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal SystemRead
April is IBS Awareness Month: Learn About Its Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Many members of the public are impacted by continual intestinal pain and bowel problems.Read
A Simple Colonoscopy Screening Could Save Your Life!
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?Read
Five Key Facts to Know About Colorectal Cancer
Learn information and key facts to know about Colorectal Cancer. Timely screenings can save your life.Read
Recommended Age for Cancer Screenings Changed to 45
Who should go for routine colorectal cancer screenings? Everyone age 45 and older should get a screening.Read
The Dangers of Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Home Screening
Colon cancer claims over 50,000 lives every year and is the 2nd most common cause of cancer death in the U.S.Read
Know the Difference Between a Colonoscopy and Home Colorectal Cancer Screenings
As we get older, it’s vital to sustain our health and wellness by adding in routine health screenings, like a colorectal cancer screening.Read
Know the Risks, Signs, and Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer
Being diagnosed with cancer is a health concern nobody wants to endure.Read
Why is a Colonoscopy the Gold Standard for Colorectal Cancer Detection?
About 50,000 people in the U.S. die from colon cancer annually. Learn more about how detection from a colonscopy is key.Read
Facts and Statistics About Colorectal Cancer
March is colon cancer awareness month, and GI Alliance aims to provide the colorectal cancer facts that could help protect your overall healthRead
Make Plans Now for a Healthy Start to the New Year
Celebrating the arrival of the New Year brings New Year's resolutions. For many people, that tradition involves goals to establish a healthier way.Read
What Is the Difference Between a Screening vs. Diagnostic Colonoscopy?
When detected early, colon cancer can generally be treated effectively, offering a high survival rate.Read
What Is Hemorrhoid Banding and Why Is It So Effective?
A large number of people will likely be diagnosed with hemorrhoids during their life.Read