Antibiotics can destroy the good bacteria in your gut. But some foods can help get it back to normal.
Rather than focusing on single foods for ‘gut health’, we’re better off having a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
You’re working out, feeling great – until your stomach starts to churn and you’re sidelined with a bout of nausea. Here’s what’s happening in your body and how to avoid this common effect of exercise.
Stomach pains are a rare symptom of COVID-19 and are much more likely to be caused by something else.
Many people with autism experience gastrointestinal problems. Understanding the role and function of the gut in autism could one day allow us to improve quality of life for people with autism.