Researchers analyzed colorectal cancer mortality rates among individuals between 20 and 54 years of age from 1970 through 2014.
The addition of oats to a gluten-free diet did not affect symptoms, histology, immunity, or serologic features in patients with celiac disease.
Environmental risk factors that predispose people to inflammatory bowel disease may have a stronger effect in children than adults.
Researchers found that a cash incentive of $100 was associated with increased colorectal screening rates in eligible adults.
Many adverse events could be avoidable with more judicious use of antibiotics.
Serum TG2A screening has a positive predictive value of 61% to detect celiac disease.
An increased ADR is associated with an adjusted hazard ratio of 0.63 for interval colorectal cancer and 0.50 for cancer death.
Interferon- concentrations and THELPER cells are significantly reduced during symptom flares.
Risk of death is increased among those without gastrointestinal conditions and with prolonged use.
The score could help predict advanced colorectal neoplasia in adults younger than 50 years of age.
The guideline is intended to be an educational device to provide information that may assist endoscopists in providing care to patients.
Findings show that bacteria from mothers' breast milk and areolar skin are transferred to their infants' guts.
The new device uses magnetic catheters to draw the upper and lower esophagus together.
However, duodenal integrity appears to not be affected in eosinophilic esophagitis.
Gluten-rich food may lead to symptom onset, specifically early satiety, in patients with functional dyspepsia.
Treatment was effective in patients under 6 years who received 50 mg/day of zinc as an initial dose.
Almost half of participants reported that they never received information regarding the side effects of their medication from their prescriber.
Avoiding gluten may result in reduced consumption of beneficial whole grains that could affect cardiovascular risk.
A follow-up colonoscopy more than 10 months after a positive FIT result is associated with a higher risk of colorectal cancer and more advanced disease at the time of diagnosis.
Increasing duration of antibiotic use at ages 20 to 39 and 40 to 59 is significantly associated with an increased risk of colorectal adenoma.
Apixaban is associated with a lower risk of gastrointestinal bleeding than rivaroxaban or dabigatran.
A woman who is in generally good health presents with a visibly enlarged abdomen with left-sided dominance and increased pelvic pressure that had worsened.
Celiac disease is associated with anorexia nervosa before and after a diagnosis of celiac disease.
The test will provide information on an individual's genetic predisposition to 10 diseases or conditions.
The USPSTF evaluated the benefits and harms of screening vs not screening, targeted vs universal screening, and treatment for celiac disease.
A meta-analysis suggests that patients who take gastric acid suppressants may have a higher risk for recurrent CDI.
Researchers identified 5 factors that identify patients with IBD at high risk for hospitalization, emergency department visits, and high treatment charges in the next year.
Octogenarians with colorectal cancer have several differences in clinical and tumor characteristics, compared with younger patients with the disease.
Budesonide oral suspension treatment improved symptomatic, endoscopic, and histologic parameters in eosinophilic esophagitis.
The FDA has received 120 reports of serious cases of pancreatitis or death after the approval of Viberzi in May 2015.