Condition Center: Gastrointestinal
Not all bacteria are bad for you. In the case of your intestinal health, some bacteria are vitally important.
Prevention is nearly always better than cure, and when it comes to your child's oral health, that's especially true.
It's well-known that gut bacteria play an important role in digestion. But new evidence suggests that these microbes may be responsible for a whole l...
For those scared of the dentist, the common perception is that dentists reach for the drill every time they see a little tooth decay. And that approa...
When you've got diabetes, you have to think about your blood sugar. But you may also need to take a look at your teeth.
It seems that socioeconomic status has the potential to affect much more than what a person can buy or own.
Here’s another reason to quit smoking: your teeth.
The tiny microbes living in your digestive system may actually have a big impact on the health of your heart.
There’s a new extract in town, and it might be a good thing for your pearly whites.
What if you could reap the health benefits of fish oil without ever having to give up other fats?
Science may now be one step closer to saving the lives of those exposed to high levels of nuclear radiation.
Jake Barrett wanted his teeth to look like his favorite actor's: Channing Tatum. But the results he got were far from the pearly whites he expected.
If you typically add a splash of milk to your teacup, you may have a new reason to smile.
Patients with celiac disease may soon be able to have their cake and eat it too.
A new device may soon be residing in your stomach.
Sometimes going under the knife can be a good thing.
You may want to consider this before you dive in: A deadly parasite that thrives in swimming pools and hot tubs is on the rise in the US.
Every time you visit the dentist for a checkup, there's one question you're almost certain to hear: "Have you been flossing regularly?" And many pati...