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Hemorrhoids and What To Do About Them

Hemorrhoids and What To Do About Them

Hemorrhoids are sometimes described as varicose veins in the lower rectum or anus. They're very common, and almost three out of four adults will have them at some point during their lives. Hemorrhoids can be internal or external. Internal hemorrhoids are swollen veins that develop inside the rectum. External hemorrhoids are swollen veins under the skin around the anus.
 

You can experience differing symptoms depending on the location of your hemorrhoids. Signs and symptoms of external hemorrhoids can include:

The Value of Telemedicine in Today’s Healthcare Landscape

The Value of Telemedicine in Today’s Healthcare Landscape

Under the current constraints of social distancing, closings, and further efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Telemedicine is rapidly becoming more mainstream and will likely impact the way in which many physicians practice medicine going forward.

Effects of Stress on the Digestive System

Effects of Stress on the Digestive System

The holidays create many reasons for people to feel stressed: Buying and wrapping gifts, spending time with family, and mounting social obligations. Chances are if you’re feeling stressed about the holidays, or anything for that matter, you’re also feeling it in your digestive system. This is because the brain and the gut communicate with each other.

The Effects of Overeating on the Digestive System

The Effects of Overeating on the Digestive System

The holiday season is almost upon us. In just a few weeks, millions of families and friends across the US will share one of the most important things that brings people together over the holidays—food.
The Bittersweet Truth

The Bittersweet Truth

We know that a diet high in sugar can contribute to health complications like cardiovascular disease and diabetes. But eating too much sugar can also wreak havoc on your digestive system.
Is a Colonoscopy Painful?

Is a Colonoscopy Painful?

Although colonoscopy is the best defense against colorectal cancer, many people are nervous about the discomfort or the possibility of pain during the procedure, but fear of pain should not deter you from getting a colonoscopy.
How to prepare to go Back to School after an IBD diagnosis

How to prepare to go Back to School after an IBD diagnosis

Going back to school is a time of excitement and anticipation. But if your child has been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it can also be stressful. Inflammatory bowel disease is a term used for two gastrointestinal (GI) conditions — ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease — characterized by chronic inflammation and sores in the GI tract.

Avoiding Summertime GERD Symptoms

Avoiding Summertime GERD Symptoms

To many, summertime means cookouts, lemonade, and ice-cold beer. But if you’re part of the 18-28 percent of North Americans that suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD, summertime can bring challenges to your social events. That’s because popular summertime foods can irritate GERD and make symptoms worse. Most people experience acid reflux every once in a while. But when acid reflux occurs twice or more a week, this could indicate GERD.
What to Look for When Searching for a Colonoscopy Doctor in DFW

What to Look for When Searching for a Colonoscopy Doctor in DFW

Having a colonoscopy done is a key step in preventing colon cancer. That’s why it’s important to choose the right specialist. A colonoscopy is considered an invasive procedure, so you should feel comfortable with your doctor and trust his/her ability to find possible signs of colon cancer in order to reduce your risk of disease progression. Here’s what to look for when searching for a colonoscopy doctor in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day

April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day

Pending deadlines, juggling work and family responsibilities, or perhaps worrying about a first impression — stress comes in many forms and has affected everyone at some point in his/her life. During times of stress, you may have felt butterflies in your stomach or maybe you’ve lost your appetite — that’s because the digestive tract responds to one’s mood.

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