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Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Implications of COVID-19 on digestive health

Professor Markus Peck, Chair of the United European Gastroenterology Public Affairs Committee, discusses recommendations and calls to EU institutions, governments and interest groups across...
COVID-19: advice for patients with digestive conditions such as IBD

COVID-19: advice for patients with digestive conditions such as IBD

A new paper has outlined key information for patients living with chronic digestive conditions, such as IBD, in relation to COVID-19, or coronavirus. A paper...
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New method found for measuring the treatment of rare liver disease in children

The study by UCLA researchers examines the role of the small molecule in children with a rare liver disease In a new study, the UCLA...
Research to look at cannabis landraces for treating gastrointestinal cancers

Research to look at cannabis landraces for treating gastrointestinal cancers

A new research partnership has been set up to look at the efficacy of cannabis landraces for gastrointestinal cancers to help inform cannabinoid profile...
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Is green tea and exercise the key to reducing fatty liver disease?

Early in-vivo research suggests that a combination of green tea and exercise can reduce the severity of fatty liver disease by 75% Researchers from Penn...
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Looking to burn more calories? Then eat a big breakfast

Research finds that eating more at breakfast time instead of lunch and dinner could burn twice as many calories and help to prevent obesity New...
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Research shows two thirds of adults don’t have a high fibre diet

Research shows the UK is missing out on the full benefits of a high fibre diet and two thirds of adults are confused about...
United European Gastroenterology: the burden of gastric diseases

United European Gastroenterology: the burden of gastric diseases

In honour of World Stomach Day, Professor Tamara Matysiak-Budnik of United European Gastroenterology examines recent developments in gastric disease diagnosis and management. On October 2...
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A probiotic drink could hold the key to antibiotic resistance

Scientists at the University of Birmingham have engineered a probiotic drink that can potentially combat drug resistant bacteria. The scientists have patented a key genetic...
Could the gut be involved in the development of multiple sclerosis?

Could the gut be involved in the development of multiple sclerosis?

The gut has long been suspected to play a role in autoimmune disease; a research team has now identified evidence of a potential mechanism. Currently,...

The importance of gut microbiome for Type 1 diabetes risk

A new study has highlighted that children with a high risk of type 1 diabetes have a different gut microbiome to children at low...
IBD standards launching today aim to drastically improve how we care for those suffering

IBD standards launching today aim to drastically improve how we care for those suffering

IBD UK, a partnership of 17 professional patient organisations chaired by Crohn’s & Colitis UK, campaign a groundbreaking opportunity to promote better IBD standards. People...

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