News 19 June 2019 Carmel Sparke

Yoghurt-loving men have less risk of adenomas

Men may want to up their intake of yoghurt, with a study showing those who consume at least two serves a week are at a lower risk of developing colorectal adenomas.
News 18 June 2019 Carmel Sparke

Warning over safety of faecal transplants

The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning over the use of faecal transplant procedures after one patient died and another became infected with drug-resistant bacteria.
Therapy Update 17 June 2019 Lisa Yates

Managing nutritional needs for patients with IBD

Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease are chronic, relapsing, unpredictable gastrointestinal disorders collectively known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
News 13 June 2019 Reuters Health

High fibre in pregnancy lowers risk of coeliac in children

A high intake of fibre during pregnancy is associated with a decreased risk of coeliac disease in children, a large population-based study from Norway has found.
News 12 June 2019

Gut bacteria may play a role in anxiety

A recent systematic review has found that regulating gut bacteria through dietary change and probiotic intake might help alleviate symptoms of anxiety.
News 12 June 2019

Study suggests more than half of IBS could be atypical allergies

More than half of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may have atypical, non-IgE mediated food allergies, a study suggests.
News 12 June 2019

Three-year study deems PPIs 'safe'

Taking the proton pump inhibitor pantoprazole for three years does not put patients at increased risk of fractures, pneumonia, CVD, chronic renal disease, cancer or dementia, according to data from the largest clinical trial to date.
Specialist Update 11 June 2019 Clare Pain

Three-year study deems PPIs 'safe'

Taking the proton pump inhibitor pantoprazole for three years does not put patients at increased risk of fractures, pneumonia, CVD, chronic renal disease, cancer or dementia, according to data from the largest clinical trial to date.
Specialist Update 07 June 2019 Reuters Health

Study suggests more than half of IBS could be atypical allergies

More than half of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may have atypical, non-IgE mediated food allergies, a study suggests.
Specialist Update 07 June 2019 Reuters Health

Diabetes doubles risks from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

People with type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease have double the risk of cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma of patients without diabetes, according to a large European study.