Vaccines for Hep A and Hep B Provide Nearly Lifelong Immunity

Did you know you can take action to prevent hepatitis? Millions of Americans have chronic viral hepatitis; most of them do not know they are infected. The CDC has dubbed May 19, 2012, the first ever Hepatitis Testing Day. Since May is Hepatitis Awareness Month, start by getting vaccinated.┬áChronic hepatitis B and C cause thousands […]

Good Carbohydrates for a Healthy Meal

Including complex carbohydrates in your daily meal plan is beneficial in helping you control your weight. Complex carbohydrates found in whole grains, fruits, vegetables and legumes are high in dietary fiber which may provide long lasting energy and take longer to break down by the digestive system allowing you to feel satisfied and full until […]

5 Tips For Digestive Health

The lifestyle you live directly impacts your digestive system and overall health. Eating for your digestive system does not mean giving up your favorite foods, but instead re-prioritizing them. The key to a well-balanced body is healthy eating, physical activity, and moderation. The function of your digestive system is to turn the food you eat […]

IBS Awareness Month

April is Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month. According to the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders IBS affects 10 to 15% of Americans. This digestive disorder is irregular and often hard to talk about making it a challenge to live with for many Americans. If you are living with IBS, know that you are […]

Why should I get screened if I don’t have any symptoms?

According to the American College of Gastroenterology, adenomas can grow for years and transform into cancer without producing any symptoms. By the time symptoms develop, it is often too late to cure the cancer, because it may have spread. Screening identifies cancers earlier and results in cancer prevention when it leads to removal of adenomas […]

Fact: Most early colorectal cancers produce no symptoms

According to the American College of Gastroenterology, this is why screening for colorectal cancer is so important. Symptoms of colorectal cancer vary depending on the location of the cancer within the colon or rectum, and there may be no symptoms at all. The prognosis tends to be worse in symptomatic than asymptomatic individuals. The most […]

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