A gluten-free diet may take some adjusting to, but it isn’t a sentence to a life without foods you love. Learn what to eat, what to avoid and how to navigate dining out with celiac disease.
Understanding the Differences Between IBD and IBS
We’ve all experienced digestive discomfort. But if these symptoms occur on the regular, you may be dealing with irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease. While their names sound similar, IBS and IBD are very different conditions.
Poisonous Mushrooms: What To Know
If you’re tempted to cook up that batch of mushrooms you found in the woods, don’t. Here’s why.
Appendix Pain Is Always an Emergency
Learn from a surgeon what appendix pain feels like, where you’ll feel it, why it happens and why it’s a medical emergency.
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How To Tell When You’re Full (Before You Feel Stuffed)
Have you heard that it can take 30 minutes after eating to recognize that you’re full? You reach physical fullness before your brain realizes it, which can leave you feeling not just full but overstuffed. Here’s how to change that.
Why Waist Trainers Aren’t the Same as Shapewear (and Other Things You Should Know)
Curious if waist trainers really provide the weight-loss solution that many claim? Here’s what you should know about the risks of wearing these compressing undergarments — and why they might not work as well as you think.
Is Kombucha Good for You?
Is kombucha as healthy as advertised? We look at the claims with a pair of registered dietitians to see whether the drink should be added to your diet.
How Long Does It Take Your Liver to Detox From Alcohol?
Wondering if you need an alcohol detox? Learn how to detox your liver from alcohol use, and how long it could take.
Laxative Effect: Using Milk of Magnesia for Constipation
Milk of magnesia has been offering relief from constipation since the 1800s. Learn why it’s still a go-to remedy after all these years.
Yes, Anxiety Poops Are Totally a Thing — Here’s How To Find Relief
Wondering why you poop when you’re nervous? A gastroenterologist explains why it makes more sense than you might think.