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Rifaximin may help with IBS
Trials have shown the low FODMAP diet can clear up digestive ailments
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A specialized diet will improve quality of life in patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
The "Low Fodmap" approach gains steam as an option for patients with IBS. The Wall Street Journal highlights this dietary approach with a Michigan connection.
Dr. William Chey, Professor of Gastroenterology & Medical Director of the Michigan Bowel Control Program, recently published a new video that explains gluten sensitivity in patient-friendly terms.
Everybody poops, but not everybody poops well: A recent study published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology found that the number of people arriving at hospital emergency rooms for constipation is on the rise.
Drs. William Chey, Jacob Kurlander, and Shanti Eswaran conducted a thorough clinical review of the existing evidence on IBS to provide practical, evidence-based treatment recommendations to providers.
Dr. Stacy Menees , Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, specializing in Gastroenterology, is Principal Investigator of a new, active study, "Comparing the Effectiveness of
Dr. William Chey has developed an inexpensive, point-of-service device, Digital Manometry (DM), that can provide a detailed assessment of anorectal function in anorectal disorders.
Early Assessment and Treatment of Postpartum Pelvic Floor Dysfunction offered by Michigan Healthy Healing After Delivery (MHHAD) Program
The University of Michigan is the editorial home for Gastroenterology and American Journal of Gastroenterology.
With naloxegol, adults found relief from opioid-induced constipation
Fructan, a member of a group of carbohydrates, can cause gas, diarrhea, distention and other uncomfortable symptoms
U.S. gastroenterologists often recommend name brand medications for acid reflux and constipation rather than cheaper store brands
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