• Everything You Need To Know About Liver Disease
    Liver disease can refer to several different ailments that can negatively impact the regular function and health of your liver. Some physical signs can alert you that something may be Read more
  • What Is Achalasia?
    The esophagus is a tube that directs food from the throat to the stomach. Achalasia is a rare swallowing disorder that makes it more challenging for both foods and liquids Read more
  • What Is an Anal Fistula?
    The inside of the anus is lined with small glands. These glands can be infected when the mucus they secrete gets blocked. This leads to an abscess. Unfortunately, if the Read more
  • Knowing the Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis
    Approximately 750,000 people in the US are living with ulcerative colitis. While relatively less common than other bowel diseases, you probably can’t go very long without seeing an ad for Read more
  • Everything To Know About Gallstones
    When was the last time you thought about your gallbladder? Probably never, right? Well, this little organ that you haven’t thought much about is responsible for releasing bile to help Read more
  • Types of Irritable Bowel Disorders
    Could your stomach problems be caused by IBD? Dealing with stomach cramps, bloating, and other digestive issues that keep coming and going? If so, you may be wondering if you’re suffering Read more
  • Reasons Why You Need a Colonoscopy
    A colonoscopy is a type of internal examination that is performed to detect issues inside the colon (large intestine). If problems, such as abnormal tissue, are detected, your gastroenterologist can Read more
  • What Is an Anal Fissure?
    Do you notice spots of bright red blood when you wipe? Do you experience anal itching? If so, these could be signs of an anal fissure. The lining of the Read more
  • Finding Ways To Prevent Hemorrhoids
    Prone to hemorrhoids? Here are some ways to prevent flare-ups.Hemorrhoids are serious (and literal) pain in the butt. Of course, certain factors can predispose people to have hemorrhoids. If you’ve Read more