Gastroenterology Blog

What are Common Digestive Issues Among Women?

07/01/2022

There are a few variations in the digestive systems of men and women. Certain GI issues, like IBS, are more common in women.

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Learn to Spot the Signs of Poor Gut Health

06/17/2022

Worrisome GI symptoms, such as stomach pain, changes in bowel habits, or unexplained weight loss, may indicate a GI disease.

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What Are Clinical Trials in Gastroenterology?

Clinical trials in gastroenterology are carried out to help enhance the health of people who experience digestive problems both now and in the future.

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Know These Common Stomach Disorders and Diseases

Stomach problems, like peptic ulcers or gastric cancer, are detected and treated by a gastroenterologist. Learn more about common stomach disorders.

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Celiac Disease Awareness Month: The Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Celiac disease can result in long-lasting damage to the small bowel without treatment, making it important to know the symptoms of this condition.

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Diabetes & Digestive Health

Normally, the pancreas makes the hormone, insulin, to help the body store and use the sugars and starches that you eat.

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Different Types of Colon Cancer Screening Tests

Colon cancer screening is the process of looking for signs of cancer or precancer in the colon and rectum before the patient notices any symptoms.

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Digestive Disease Continues to Rise Among Americans

Each year 62 million Americans are diagnosed with a digestive disorder. The incidence and prevalence of most digestive diseases increase with age.

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Effects of Stress on the Digestive System

The holidays create many reasons for people to feel stressed: Buying and wrapping gifts, spending time with family, and mounting social obligations.

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Eosinophilic Esophagitis - Beyond Heartburn

Commonly abbreviated as EoE, Eosinophilic Esophagitis is a chronic inflammatory process affecting the esophagus.

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10 Things You Can Do to Positively Impact Your Gut Health

10 Things You Can Do to Positively Impact Your Gut Health

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2017 Q2 Presidents Letter

DHAT and our partners at North Texas Endoscopy Centers were pleased to have completed our 5th Annual Free Colon Cancer Screening Day.

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3 Tips to Prepare Your Child, with Chronic GI Issues, for School

The start of a new school brings many new exciting and scary changes for children.

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4 Ways To Avoid Constipation In Your Diet

Constipation is a very common problem. Each year more than 2.5 million Americans visit their healthcare provider.

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7 Myths of Colon Cancer You Should Be Aware Of

Since March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, it's time to debunk some of the myths surrounding colon cancer...

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7 Reasons Your Bowel Movements Are Off

The frequency, consistency, color, and the control you have over your bowel movements can change depending on certain conditions.

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April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day

Pending deadlines, juggling work and family responsibilities, or perhaps worrying about a first impression - stress comes in many forms.

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Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

Colorectal cancer claims over 50,000 lives per year among adult men and women in the United States alone. Early screening and detection is key.

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At-Home Colon Cancer Screening Tests: Are They a Safe Alternative?

Colon cancer is the third most common cancer for both men and women, but when detected early, it can be effectively treated.

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Avoiding Summertime GERD Symptoms

If you're part of the 18-28 percent of North Americans that suffer from GERD, summertime can bring challenges to your social events.

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