Small-Intestine Cancer, IBD, and the Role of Gut Dysbiosis

Treatment of inflammatory bowel disease usually includes medication; however, it appears that a safer and more sustainable approach is the restoration of microbiota disequilibrium, known as gut dysbiosis.

Sleep Duration in Employed Adults

Although research has shown that adults should sleep at least 7 hours per night, the 2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System reported that approximately 35% of adults got insufficient sleep.

Brain Changes Signal Nascent Alzheimer’s

Scientists from the University of Eastern Finland have identified alterations occurring in the human brain that signal the early stages of this common neurogenerative disease.

Colon Cancer

Colon and rectal cancers often begin with the formation of a polyp, an abnormal clump of cells in the lining of the colon or the rectum, which can become cancerous if it is not removed.

Recognizing and Effectively Treating Gastroparesis

Although the incidence of gastroparesis is not well documented, it is estimated that 4 million to 5 million people in the United States are affected, to varying degrees.

To Dose or Not to Dose?

Prescribing low-dose aspirin for preventing secondary cardiovascular disease is well established, but its safety and efficacy in primary prevention remains open to debate.

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