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Is Your GERD Caused By Bad Gut Bugs?

Did you know there are a host of bugs living in your gut? That’s right, the gut microbiome consists of bacteria, archaea and fungi all living in your digestive tract. Researchers have published emerging data showing how the gut microbiome…

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How Obesity Can Affect GI Health Conditions

What are the effects of obesity on GI health conditions? It's a bigger problem than you think, especially in the United States. That's why we asked leading endoscopist and obesity expert Dr. Pichamol Jirapinyo to share her expertise with us,…

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Growing Up With Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)

EoE is a chronic, allergic inflammatory disease of the esophagus that can leave adults struggling with their diet. So imagine if you were in our guest, Kathleen Sable's shoes, and your infant son was diagnosed with this rare disease. Kathleen…

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Celiac Disease: Fallacies and Facts

We tracked down the authors of Celiac Disease: Fallacies and Facts, Dr. Jocelyn Silvester and Dr. Amelie Therrien to discuss their findings and help breakdown the myths that surround Celiac disease. These brilliant physicians and celiac disease experts play a…

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How the Science Behind the Brain-Gut Connection Advanced IBS Care

This episode features Dr. Douglas Drossman, whose pioneering research on the brain-gut connection in GI disorders revolutionized gastroenterology. Dr. Drossman not only explains his multidisciplinary and biopsychosocial approach to healthcare but takes us on an historical journey through centuries of…

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What You Need to Know About IBS

Are you living with chronic digestive health issues like bloating, constipation, gas? Are you unsure of how to talk to your doctor about these symptoms? In honor of IBS Awareness Month Dr. Brian Lacy, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic…

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Alarming Spike in Alcoholic Liver Disease

Dr. Paul Kwo, a leading expert in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Stanford University Medical Center, joins the podcast to discuss the increases in alcoholic liver disease, particularly for people in their 20's and 30's. While numbers have been trending upward…

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June 2021 Book of the Month

This book is written for patients and their doctors by an internationally acclaimed gastroenterologist and patient advocate. It contains up-to-date knowledge on the science, diagnosis, and treatment of all the Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction (formerly called Functional GI Disorders) and offers techniques to maximize the patient-doctor relationship.
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May 2021 Book of the Month

This is a real-life, no-holds-barred account of being diagnosed and living life with celiac disease. This is told through a humorous perspective from an average gluten-free girl who hates to cook and has an obsession with baking chocolate chip cookies to combat stress.
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