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  • 10 Best Foods for a Sensitive Stomach

    By serena kenareki on August 18, 2017
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    Having a stomach that is sensitive to mainstream foods doesn’t have to keep you down. There are plenty of options out there to satisfy hunger pangs without sacrificing flavor, taste, and variety. Here are ten of the best foods for a sensitive stomach: 1. Yogurt A lot of dairy productsRead More
  • What is Colonoscopy Prep & Why is it Required?

    By serena kenareki on July 29, 2017
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    The “prep” prior to the screening colonoscopy is the least looked-forward to part of the process but it is necessary in order to ensure that the procedure goes as successful as possible. If your colon is not properly and fully emptied of its contents, there is a high possibility thatRead More
  • Stop a Stomach Bug in its Tracks

    By serena kenareki on July 29, 2017
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    Chances are, at some point in your life you’ve had gastroenteritis, commonly known as the “stomach bug.” The stomach bug is typically a virus that spreads easily through the population. You’ll recognize the symptoms of the stomach bug as an upset stomach (diarrhea, vomiting), headache, abdominal cramping and fever. TheRead More
  • H. Pylori Treatments & Side Effects

    By serena kenareki on July 29, 2017
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    This is part three of a special three-part series on the bacteria known as H. pylori. Read part two for the testing methods which can be found in our blog portion of the website. Treatment regimens for H. pylori are varied and can prove to be quite effective. For example,Read More
  • Coffee Consumption Can Lower The Risk of Early Death

    By serena kenareki on July 21, 2017
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    You may be the type of person that needs a cup of coffee every few hours to feel energized and power throughout the day. Many coffee drinkers think that the revitalizing and restorative features of the drink may be the only reason to gulp away. But new research suggests thoseRead More
  • H. Pylori: Part 2 Testing

    By serena kenareki on July 12, 2017
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    Testing for H. pylori should be performed only if the clinician plans to offer treatment for positive results. The indications for testing are outlined in the table below. The test-and-treat strategy for H. pylori is appropriate for patients with dyspepsia who are under the age of 55 and have noRead More
  • H. Pylori 101: The condition and its symptoms

    By serena kenareki on July 7, 2017
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    This July we will be discussing H.Pylori, itself, its symptoms, treatments, and prognosis. Each week, the blog will go over a different topic regarding H.Pylori. This week, our physicians detail what H.Pylori is, how it was discovered and some of its symptoms! Helicobacter pylori, better known as H. pylori, isRead More
  • You Should Always Watch What You Eat, Especially If You Are Over 50

    By Jasmine Saleh on June 28, 2017
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    While it is always important to have a healthy diet at every stage of life, it becomes even more vital once you reach your 50’s and beyond; as it can yield tremendous benefits, including: Better mental health Being more energetic Healthier muscles, bones and organs Better overall health Vitamin-Rich Foods:Read More
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps your stress related GI problems

    By serena kenareki on June 23, 2017
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    Although stress is not the cause of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), acid reflux (GERD) or chronic indigestion (dyspepsia or non ulcer dyspepsia NUD), it is clear that stress can bring on symptoms of any of these and make these disorders harder to control orRead More
  • ERCP GUIDE 101

    By serena kenareki on June 16, 2017
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    At inSite Digestive Health Care, it is our priority that our patients are fully abreast of any medical procedure they make potentially take part in. Therefore, our medical minds have put together a FAQ for all things related to ERCP. For those who may be scheduled for an ERCP inRead More