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August 2017

Are PPIs Linked With Increased Dementia Risk?

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Are PPIs Linked With Increased Dementia Risk? The Latest Evidence Says No   Read Full Article from Source

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Association between breast cancer and the risk of colorectal cancer

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Patients with breast cancer should not undergo CRC (colorectal cancer) screening at intervals different from the general population. In patients with breast cancer <50 years old, CRC screening should be considered at age 45 years.   Read Full Article from Source

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Why Frequent Heartburn Could Mean GERD (And What to Do About It)

August 30 @ 5:52 am

GERD is gastroesophageal reflux disease, and it causes acid reflux that gives you that burning feeling in your throat and chest called heartburn. However, not everyone who gets heartburn has GERD, unless symptoms get progressively worse.   Read Full Article from Source

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NASH Liver Disease: The Silent Liver Disease You Might Not Realize You Have

August 30 @ 5:52 am

A staggering 16 million Americans live with a scary disease right this second. Those with type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, and obesity have a higher risk of developing it.   Read Full Article from Source

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PPIs Linked to Lower Cognitive Decline in Latest Study

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Sue Hughes A new study has smoothed the waters somewhat over concerns about a possible increased risk for dementia with proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs). In this latest observational, longitudinal study, individuals without dementia at baseline who were taking PPIs had a lower risk for cognitive decline than those were not taking PPIs. In addition, both consistent and intermittent use of PPIs ...

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How did I get a Helicobacter pylori infection? Is H. pylori contagious?

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Helicobacter pylori bacteria has been infecting us humans since our earliest days, more than 100,000 years ago...even before the evolution of modern man!   Read Full Article from Source

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Prebiotic fiber supplement reduces body fat in overweight children by altering gut microbiome

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Overweight and obese children had significant reductions in body fat after taking a prebiotic fiber supplement in a randomized controlled trial.   Read Full Article from Source

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What is Hepatitis C, and Can it be Cured? 7 Myths and Facts You Need to Know

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Hepatitis C is a crippling and oftentimes chronic virus with a seemingly bleak outlook. It is a diagnosis many hope never to face yet for more than 170 million people worldwide, it is a reality.   Read Full Article from Source

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Crohn’s patients with higher Remicade levels may not benefit from azathioprine

August 30 @ 5:52 am

Patients with Crohn’s disease who have high serum concentrations of Remicade may not see additional clinical benefits from combination therapy with azathioprine, according to a post hoc analysis of the SONIC trial presented during a session focused on therapeutic drug monitoring in IBD at Digestive Disease Week.   Read Full Article from Source

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7 New Developments in Celiac Disease, Wheat Sensitivity

August 30 @ 5:52 am

At the AGA Presidential Plenary at Digestive Disease Week, newly appointed AGA President Sheila Crowe, MD, from University of California, San Diego, highlighted the latest developments in celiac disease and wheat sensitivity disorders.   Read Full Article from Source

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