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Gastrointestinal Health
 
Gastro Issues May Be Downside to Weight-Loss Surgery...
SOURCES: Thomas Boerlage, M.D., doctoral candidate, resident and researcher, department of internal medicine, MC Slotervaart, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; John Morton, M.D., MPH, chief, bariatric and minimally invasive surgery, Stanford School of Medicine, and past president, American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery; Dec. 19, 2016, British Journal of Surgery
12/29/2016

THURSDAY, Dec. 29, 2016 -- While weight-loss surgery can help obese people drop unwanted pounds, a new study suggests the procedure may also trigger long-lasting tummy troubles for many patients.

Dutch researchers found that people who had the most common type of weight-loss surgery -- kn...

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Heartburn Drugs May Raise Risk of Stomach Infections: Study...
SOURCES: F. Paul Buckley III, M.D., surgical director, Heartburn and Acid Reflux Center, Scott & White Clinic, Round Rock, Texas; David Bernstein, M.D., chief, hepatology, Northwell Health, Manhasset, N.Y.; Jan. 5, 2017, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
1/5/2017

THURSDAY, Jan. 5, 2017 -- People who take heartburn drugs such as Prilosec and Nexium may be at increased risk of two potentially serious gut infections, a new study suggests.

The study, of nearly 565,000 adults, found those on certain heartburn drugs had higher risks of infection with

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Special Diet May Be Boon for Kids With Crohn's, Colitis...
SOURCES: David L. Suskind, M.D., professor, pediatrics, and director, clinical gastroenterology, Seattle Children's Hospital; James Lewis, M.D., chief scientist, IBD Plexus Program, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, New York City, and professor, medicine and clinical epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Dec. 28, 2016, Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology
1/10/2017

MONDAY, Jan. 9, 2017 -- Children with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis may be able to achieve relief without medications by eating a special diet, a small study suggests.

The diet includes non-processed foods, such as fruits, vegetables, meats and nuts. Over 12 weeks, the diet appea...

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