Gastroenterology - Early administration of combination therapy can be effective for treating stomach cancer
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 Debilitating gastrointestinal symptoms could be controlled with diet and lifestyle modificationsDebilitating gastrointestinal symptoms could be controlled with diet and lifestyle modifications
 
Findings from the Nurses' Health Study, one of the longest running studies of women's health, show that five diet and lifestyle factors, including regular exercise, can make a significant impact on gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) or heartburn symptoms.
 
   Early administration of combination therapy can be effective for treating stomach cancerEarly administration of combination therapy can be effective for treating stomach cancer
 
Immunotherapy for stomach cancer may work better if the therapy is delivered earlier in the course of disease and in combination with standard chemotherapy, a new study from researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons suggests.
 
   Cell therapy designed to treat inflammatory bowel diseaseCell therapy designed to treat inflammatory bowel disease
 
The results obtained are encouraging and the researchers could make headway in a multifunctional cell therapy system to treat inflammatory bowel disease.
 
 Early introduction of gluten may be an effective celiac disease prevention strategy
 
Early introduction of gluten may be an effective celiac disease prevention strategyIntroducing high doses of gluten from four months of age into infants' diets could prevent them from developing celiac disease, a study has found.
 
 
 Bilayered delivery system offers new solution for treating IBS-C patients
 
Bilayered delivery system offers new solution for treating IBS-C patientsPatients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C) have long needed an upgrade in treatment.
 
 
 Intestinal microbiota offers new prospects for treating celiac disease
 
Intestinal microbiota offers new prospects for treating celiac diseaseCeliac disease is an immune disease of the intestine that affects more than 1% of the population. It is characterised by gluten intolerance that causes inflammation of the gut, abdominal pain and diarrhoea, and can lead to weight loss and deficiencies among patients.
 
 
 Study shows how rotavirus leads to severe gastrointestinal disease
 
Study shows how rotavirus leads to severe gastrointestinal diseaseRotavirus is a major cause of diarrhea and vomiting, especially in children, that results in approximately 128,000 deaths annually.