Monthly Archives: August 2017

Depression, anxiety levels higher in all IBS subtypes

A recent meta-analysis performed by the Brain-Gut Axis Research Group of the Korean Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility shows “Patients with irritable bowel syndrome, regardless of subtype, show higher levels of depression and anxiety compared with healthy controls”. The most predominant subtype for elevated levels of both depression and anxiety would be patients with IBS-C, […]

5 Science-Backed Ways to Have a Healthier Weekend

You work out and eat healthy all week then suddenly it’s the weekend and all bets are off. You take a sharp detour from your weekday efforts and allow yourself to sleep in, skip your workout, drink beer and eat pizza. “A study from Cornell University found that people tend to weigh a little bit […]

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