- The brain-gut connection may help explain the links between digestion, mood, health, and how we think.
- Within a decade, half the world’s population will be living in areas of water scarcity, two-thirds in water-stressed conditions.
- Lawmakers from West Virginia decided to celebrate the passing of a bill that will legalize raw milk by drinking raw milk. Now there seems to be a stomach illness going around the Capitol.
- Even low levels of arsenic exposure during pregnancy may impact fetal growth, though this may be modified by the mother’s weight and the sex of the baby.
- Wiping c-section babies with their mothers' vaginal bacteria helped to restore the infants' impoverished bacterial defenses: study.
- A sociable person may have a more diverse gut microbiome than a lonely, isolated one.
- Your gut bacteria may diminish over time — and over generations — if you don’t eat enough fiber, new research finds.
- Swallowing several strands of hair may lead to gastrointestinal issues to Rapunzel syndrome.
- Probiotics may be good for revitalizing our gut microbiome after taking antibiotics, but can they really have an impact on our general health?
- Eating Kerson fruit may alleviate health conditions, from diabetes to gastric ulcers.
- Bariatric surgery patients had twice the number of self-harm emergencies as the general population before surgery and a 50 percent increase following: study.
- A new treatment for those with rare gastrointestinal tumors shows much promise for helping people live longer.