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Non-Invasive Test for Diagnosing Gut Diseases

The researches find that the Gut diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are increasingly prevalent worldwide, especially in industrialized countries. In 2015 alone, 250,000 people in the UK were diagnose with IBD, and 3 million in the United States. Symptoms can include pain and swelling of the stomach, bloody diarrhea, weight loss and extreme…

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Save Lives by Defusing Ticking Time Bomb of Liver Disease

The researches find that the detecting liver disease decades before it can become fatal has been developed by a team of scientists at the University of Dundee and NHS Tayside. But  It comes as clinicians warn of a “ticking time bomb” of alcohol-related and obesity-related liver diseases. Liver disease, which is notoriously asymptomatic; has become…

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Liver Disease Research and Advanced Hepatology Training

The researches find that the Liver Diseases Foundation, the largest private supporter of liver disease research and training in the United States; today announced its investment of $3.42 million in Research and Career Development Awards granted to 29 researchers and clinicians to conduct innovative liver disease research and seek advanced hepatology training. The Liver Diseases…

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Loss of Body Fat Causes Growth of the Intestine

The researches find that the Teagasc research shows that loss of body fat causes the growth of the intestine and increases its capacity to absorb nutrients. Therefore This presents new approaches for weight management. Therefore Researchers at Teagasc and the University of Aberdeen have found that the depletion of fat stores inside ; the body…

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Reports Provide Guidance for Obesity Care

The researches find that the obesity prevention and treatment have designed two new resources for medical educators; therefore healthcare providers and community programs that will enhance the level of care for patients; but according to two new studies published online today in Obesity; the flagship journal of The Obesity Society. The obesity prevention The resources include…

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Colonoscopy is the Most-Used Screening Tool

The researches find that the the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States and colonoscopy is the most-use screening tool to detect it. In a recently published study; researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine determined deep sedation does not improve the colonoscopy quality compared to moderate sedation when it…

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Esophageal Reconstruction With Wide Range Of Complications

Esophageal Reconstruction; The treatment of esophageal disorders, such as congenital anomalies and esophageal cancer, results in circumferential, full-thickness, extended segment loss of the esophagus. Gastric pull-up conduits or colon interpositions are used to reestablish the luminal continuity. However, the use of these esophageal substitutes can cause various surgical morbidities and mortality. Although tissue engineering promises…

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Potential Targets to Help Fight Crohn’s Disease

The researches find that the  Crohn’s disease is a lifelong condition which sees parts of the digestive system become inflamed. There is no precise cure and causes are believe to vary. But one indicator of the condition an abnormal reaction of the immune system to certain bacteria in the intestines  has had new light shed…

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Poor Oral Health Linked to Increase in Gastrointestinal Cancers

The study find that the oral health conditions and the risk of a number of gastrointestinal cancers, including liver, colon, rectum and pancreatic cancer. Models are apply to estimate the relationship between cancer risk and self-reported oral health conditions, such as painful or bleeding gums; mouth ulcers and loose teeth. The gastrointestinal cancers Whilst no…

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Excess Liver Iron may Lead to Better Treatment

The researches find that the iron in the liver are linked to a number of serious health conditions including cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular as well as liver disease. But measuring liver iron is difficult and until recently could only be done through an invasive biopsy. The iron in the liver The liver…

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Variables Accurately Predict Rebound Hyperbilirubinemia

The researches find that the gestational age at photo therapy initiation and the difference between starting threshold and post-photo therapy total serum bilirubin (TSB), accurately predict rebound hyperbilirubinemia in infants, therefore researchers report. This can help clinicians decide when it’s safe to discontinue photo therapy for infants undergoing treatment of neonatal jaundice, note Dr. Pearl…

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New Drug Target for Liver Disease Treatment

The researches find that the drug target for chronic liver disease has been identified by an international research collaboration involving a University of Queensland team. Professor Matt Sweet and Dr. Divya Ramnath from UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) worked with the study’s senior author Dr. Ekihiro Seki from Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles; to identify…