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A meta-analysis of 31 studies involving more than 120,000 subjects showed that fecal immunochemical testing (FIT test) was accurate in ..read more
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It is well established that the risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) is increased if a first degree relative (parent, brother, sister) has had ..read more
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Harvard Medical Center randomized more than 25,000 men and women to take either Vitamin D supplementation or placebo for more than 5 years ..read more
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Fish oil (also called N-3 or omega-3 fatty acids) have been recommended in the past to decrease the chance of heart attacks and strokes. ..read more
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Patients with microscopic/lymphocytic colitis were randomized to treatment with mesalamine, budesonide, or placebo. The mesalamine group ..read more
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It is well established that FMT is highly effective in recurrent C diff infections. FMT has been tried in many other illnesses, including ..read more
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866 Canadian children with severe gastroenteritis were randomized to a different probiotic than the one used in the US study, brand name ..read more
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In a US study, 971 children with severe gastroenteritis were randomized to a probiotic (Culturelle) or placebo. There was no difference in ..read more
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A study from the UK and Canada followed more than 2500 patients with Barrett’s Esophagus for an average of 9 years, and divided them ..read more
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It is well established that Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can develop following a gastrointestinal infection. In Bergen, Norway, in 2004 ..read more

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