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irritable bowel syndrome

Sensitive tummy? Or something more?

A gastrointestinal specialist shares the need-to-know facts about irritable bowel syndrome.

Study links arthritis to other diseases

People with inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes or blood clots may be more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis.

Is your GI tract on track?

Complementary and alternative therapies may help common digestive ailments.

What is your tummy rumbling trying to tell you?

A belt may someday assess gut function in patients suffering from IBS symptoms.

Patient Story

Luck o’ the early colon cancer diagnosis

Stephanie Schlueter walked the Spectrum Health Irish Jig for the fourth time, but her first as a survivor.

FDA: New treatments for bowel disorder needed

For now, no cure exists for irritable bowel syndrome.

Is the FODMAP diet on your menu?

By eliminating harmful carbs, you can fight irritable bowel syndrome and other gastrointestinal ailments.

Probiotics: Just what the doctor ordered

Along with diet changes and medications, probiotics can bring relief from inflammatory bowel disease.

Can cutting certain carbs ease IBS?

Research finds little evidence to support use of elimination diet.

Got gut problems? Help is on the way

New recommendations for irritable bowel syndrome may offer relief for sufferers (and those around them).