All Digestive System Topics

How Long Is Incubation Period of Norovirus? Jun 26, 2017

Incubation period of norovirus is 12-48 hours, after which symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea begin. The infection can be treated and prevented. View Full Article...

Struggling with Hangover? Here're 9 Ways to Get Rid of It Fast! Jun 23, 2017

Beating a hangover is all about taking steps to prevent dehydration and detoxify your system quickly. Also know how to prevent it in the first place. View Full Article...

How to Use Olive Oil to Relieve Your Constipation Jun 23, 2017

When dealing with constipation, olive oil can be of help in many ways. Whether used alone, or combined with yogurt, coffee, etc., it can work wonders. View Full Article...

Why Is Your Stomach Upset Every Morning? Jun 20, 2017

Waking up with an upset stomach in the morning can be annoying. Be it dehydration or digestive disorder, have it checked if symptoms are severe. View Full Article...

10 Tips to Help You Poop Quickly Jun 20, 2017

It's easy to poop quickly. Just squat instead of siting when pooping and try coffee, prunes, yogurt, etc. to help. Here are 10 great methods for you! View Full Article...

What to Do If You Have Diarrhea Along with Sulfur Burps? Jun 20, 2017

When sulfur burps occur with diarrhea, it may be caused by the food and medicine you take and your poor eating habit. Remedies like seltzer water can help. View Full Article...

What Organs Grow in the Peritoneal Cavity? Jun 20, 2017

Peritoneum is a thin membrane that protects abdominal organs. These organs growing within the peritoneal cavity include stomach, ileum, etc. View Full Article...

Diarrhea in the Morning: Why Does It Occur Everyday? Jun 19, 2017

Constant morning diarrhea can indicate conditions such as IBS, IBD, hormonal changes, etc. Get your condition diagnosed and treat it accordingly. View Full Article...

How Long Does It Take to Digest Food? Jun 12, 2017

How long it takes to digest foods varies for different people and also depends on whether you have digestive problems like acid reflux, constipation, etc. View Full Article...

Why Is Your Stool Green? Jun 06, 2017

Why are your stools green? So many factors go into changing the color of your poop: it could be antibiotics, viruses, food you eat and many others. View Full Article...

 
 
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