Gastrointestinal Health News and Research

Latest Gastrointestinal Health News and Research

Frequent heartburn is painful and impacts the quality of life: Study

Frequent heartburn is painful and impacts the quality of life: Study

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

GeneNews discloses financial results for third-quarter 2009

New incisionless GERD treatment under trial

New incisionless GERD treatment under trial

Emory researchers present public health research findings at American Public Health Association meeting

Emory researchers present public health research findings at American Public Health Association meeting

Lesser rates of kidney/pancreas transplants for African Americans: Is physician bias the reason?

Lesser rates of kidney/pancreas transplants for African Americans: Is physician bias the reason?

Environmental factors, obesity and diabetes: Long-term study launched

Environmental factors, obesity and diabetes: Long-term study launched

Astellas receives exclusive rights to develop and commercialize linaclotide compound in Asia

Astellas receives exclusive rights to develop and commercialize linaclotide compound in Asia

Emisphere Technologies' key product developments and financial results for the third quarter of 2009

Emisphere Technologies' key product developments and financial results for the third quarter of 2009

Warner Chilcott reports a net income of $424.2M for the quarter ended September 30, 2009

Warner Chilcott reports a net income of $424.2M for the quarter ended September 30, 2009

National Institutes of Health grants $6-million for brain disease research

National Institutes of Health grants $6-million for brain disease research

William D. Carey Award for Boston University School of Medicine professor

William D. Carey Award for Boston University School of Medicine professor

Untreated rainwater is safe to drink

Untreated rainwater is safe to drink

GI and hepatology societies take initiative to evaluate the current medical school curriculum

GI and hepatology societies take initiative to evaluate the current medical school curriculum

Contaminated public restrooms on cruise ships may predict AGE outbreaks

Contaminated public restrooms on cruise ships may predict AGE outbreaks

IBN iCare to develop cutting-edge nanomaterials for ocular therapy

IBN iCare to develop cutting-edge nanomaterials for ocular therapy

Takeda Pharmaceuticals strengthens its North American market

Takeda Pharmaceuticals strengthens its North American market

Hospitalization and death of H1N1 patients can occur at all ages, says study

Hospitalization and death of H1N1 patients can occur at all ages, says study

Breastfeeding: ADA position paper details health benefits for both infants and mothers

Breastfeeding: ADA position paper details health benefits for both infants and mothers

Early-morning colonoscopies yield more polyps per patient than later screenings

Early-morning colonoscopies yield more polyps per patient than later screenings

Crohn's disease drug market driven by TNF-alpha inhibitors Humira and Remicade

Crohn's disease drug market driven by TNF-alpha inhibitors Humira and Remicade