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Colon cancer may be the third most common malignancy in adults, but there's a lot you can do to reduce your risk. We show you how.
Irritable bowel syndrome is notoriously difficult to diagnose since there is no definitive test available. But that may soon change thanks to new research.
Going to a speed dating event 12 hours after a scope for ulcerative colitis would be chill… right? Here’s what happened to one woman — and what she learned in the process.
Let’s face it: Preparing to have a colonoscopy is no fun. But these tips can make it a little more bearable.
Researchers found that a positive fecal occult blood test result is associated with a 58 percent higher risk of death from all causes. Invisible blood in the stool is believed to be a marker for inflammation in the body, which can indicate a serious medical problem.
Worried about stool testing for Crohn’s or UC? Here’s what you can expect.
If you have persistent stomach distress, don’t take it lightly: It could be gastritis. Here’s how it’s caused and how to find relief.
In recent years, serious, sometimes deadly, infections in people who have undergone endoscopies have drawn media attention and increased scrutiny from the FDA.
If you've been putting off your recommended colonoscopy, here are several alternative colon cancer screening options to consider, including non-invasive tests.
If you've been avoiding your recommended colonoscopy, this annual take-home test offers a non-invasive way to screen for colorectal cancer.