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What is Diverticulosis?

Diverticulosis is a relatively common condition--up to 45% of people in the Western world have it. What causes this disease and how is it treated?

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Preparing For A GI Telehealth Visit

To help the gastroenterologist help you, you need to be ready for your appointment. Here are some tips for preparing for a GI telehealth visit.

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Your First Visit To A GI Doctor

What will happen during your first visit to a Gastroenterologist, aka GI doctor, and how should you prepare for your appointment?

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Common Gastrointestinal Myths – Fact vs. Fiction

Let’s dispel some of the most common myths about gastrointestinal conditions like GERD, IBS and celiac disease, as well as general digestive health. 

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How Long Can You Live With Metastatic Liver Cancer?

Survival rates of metastatic liver cancer depend on where it metastasized from, how much it has spread, as well as your own current health condition.

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Stages of Pancreatic Cancer

As with all cancers, pancreatic cancer progresses in stages. Most doctors agree that pancreatic cancer develops over a period of four different stages.

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Stomach Cancer: Symptoms & Causes

Around 27,000 Americans are diagnosed with stomach cancer each year, and 11,000 of them will die from it. Here are some symptoms and causes of this disease.

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IBD vs. IBS: Deciphering Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

It’s pretty easy to get confused between IBD and IBS. But although both share symptoms, they are actually two different conditions.

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Is Crohn’s Disease Genetic?

Risk factors for Crohn’s disease are many and varied, but genetic variables do play a part in whether or not someone will manifest this disease.  

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Gluten Intolerance vs. Celiac Disease

Gluten intolerance and celiac disease have similar symptoms, but both are very different. Let’s break down the differences between the two diseases.

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