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Cannabis May Help UC Patients: Gastro Endo News Report


Patients with moderate ulcerative colitis may benefit from cannabis, according to a new study that reported a decrease in disease activity index in patients who used the drug.

A recent analysis found that consuming probiotics may contribute to small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and metabolic acidosis, which can cause “brain fog” in some patients.

Machine learning technology may help improve polyp detection during colonoscopy. One such software program will soon be tested in a clinical trial.

Researchers have found that patients with irritable bowel syndrome appear to benefit from cognitive-behavioral therapy over the long-term.

It may not matter if a patient takes esomeprazole before or after they eat, according to a recent analysis.

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