Celiac disease is still widely underdiagnosed among children. Doctors, Gilaad Kaplan and Jocelyn Silvester, discuss current research and how to move forward.
All articles by Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC, AHC
Some individuals hospitalized with COVID-19 later develop IBS. Drs Madhusudan Grover and Matthew Hoscheit weigh in on the GI dysfunction.
High drug prices and ongoing shortages may prompt cancer patients to buy treatments online and fall prey to illegitimate pharmacies.
Mind-body interventions have been shown to reduce depression and anxiety in patients with IBD, but the benefits may extend to improvements in IBD symptoms.
Aggregated data can hide disparities in cancer incidence and outcomes among Asian and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander patients in the US.
Steven Moss, MD, and Waseem Ahmad, MD, discuss H pylori eradication therapies as a strategy to decrease rates of gastric cancer.
The polio strain linked to 2 paralytic polio cases in New York and Israel has been found in sewage water in New York City, London, and Jerusalem.
Currently available early detection methods for PDAC vary in diagnostic accuracy, which has researchers exploring alternatives for helping patients at high risk.
Experts discuss the challenges and potential resolutions for increasing diversity of clinical trial study populations.
Although significant research has been done into the ongoing health and respiratory effects of the 9/11 World Trade Center attack, more studies are needed.
To help relieve excruciating anorectal symptoms from monkeypox, clinicians in the United States are prescribing tecovirimat, though in short supply, and recommending OTC treatments.
Deborah Goldman, MD, and Kara Gross Margolis, MD, discuss the importance of understanding gastrointestinal symptoms in children with autism to drive better care.
Geriatric specialists discuss the long-term physical, mental, and social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people living with dementia and their caregivers.
Given the close relationship between IBS and mental health, the use of psychological modalities represents a growing area of interest in IBS management.
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