The IBS Treatment Center is also running a research study for adults (over 18) living in the USA who have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and still have IBS. Any person (18+)...Read More →
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We recently came across an article from medicalxpress.com titled, “Researchers describe new form of irritable bowel syndrome.” The latest in the world of more useless medical information has now given us a new form...Read More →
This is a wonderful new research article by Dr. El-Salhy out of Norway about IBS. It makes 2 very important points. They are somewhat complicated points, so I’ll try to break them down into...Read More →
This is a nice article out of Germany on the relationship between the digestive problems in IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease) and the bacteria present in the digestive tract. However,...Read More →
(image thanks to blogs.forward.com) Food patch testing for irritable bowel syndrome. Authors: Stierstorfer MB, Sha CT, Sasson M. Source East Penn Dermatology PC, North Wales, Pennsylvania; — BACKGROUND: The traditional classification of irritable bowel...Read More →
Another study on post infectious IBS. The immediate question is “Why does this happen?” My suspicion is that it is because there are other factors already weakening the digestive tract. The infection was merely...Read More →
An article from Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News discusses a recent study that sought to determine the connection between gastrointestinal microbiota and IBS in children ....Read More →
(img thanks to redcedarwellness) This Chinese study certainly seems to get it right. From NIH.gov: OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the role of food intolerance in irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhoea (D-IBS). METHODS: Specific immunoglobulin...Read More →
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