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prevent gastritis

Leading Strategies to Prevent Gastritis

Gastritis refers to a condition characterised by the inflammation of the lining of the stomach and one that affects approximately 20%-26% of the Australian population. The question of how to prevent gastritis or reduce its symptoms, therefore, is one that many gastroenterologists are posed with. Given that it can be exacerbated through the long-term use […]

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digestive health

Recommendations for Better Digestive Health

For gastroenterologists, their core and most important goal is to protect and maintain the digestive health of their patients. Given the severity, increased prevalence, and complexity of the digestive issues, Australians are reporting, this aspect of healthcare has become the most important it has been. Many individuals have questions about what they can do to […]

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Constipation remedies and treatment strategies

Constipation Remedies and Treatment Strategies

In medical terms, constipation refers to a condition where you experience less than three bowel movements in a week and where stools are hard, dry, and small. While it’s normal for some to only have a few bowel movements each week, constipation remedies and treatment are for those who experience a significant drop in bowel […]

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Bowel Polyps: detection and treatment strategies

Bowel Polyps: Detection and Treatment

Bowel polyps or ‘colon polyps’ refer to small growths of tissue on the wall of the colon or rectum. There are two primary types of growths known as adenomas and hyperplastic polyps. Adenomas may result in cancer if they aren’t detected and removed. Medical professionals recognise the risk these polyps present and recommend frequent checkups, […]

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Acid reflux

Acid Reflux: Causes and Treatment

Acid reflux refers to the medical condition where the ring of muscle at the entrance to the stomach weakens and allows acid to move from the stomach to the oesophagus. This muscle is identified as the lower esophageal sphincter. This condition is diagnosed in instances when the sphincter doesn’t close completely or if it opens […]

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