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12/01/2017 - Gut bacteria marker for heart risk
A marker of a gut microbiota metabolism may well be clinically useful in predicting the risk of acute coronary syndromes, Swiss researchers reported yesterday. More

10/01/2017 - Childhood asthma linked to acid-suppressants in pregnancy
Women who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may increase their infants' chances of developing asthma, new research has claimed. More

23/11/2016 - Carb link to IBS
Swedish researchers have found genetic links between carbohydrate intake and irritable bowel syndrome. More

20/10/2016 - Research focus boosts colorectal care
Colorectal cancer patients tend to fare better in hospitals that are actively involved in research, researchers in Leeds say today. More

19/10/2016 - Mixed outcomes for hernia repair
Using mesh to reinforce hernia repair may reduce the risk of re-operation, but carries its own risk of complications, according to a Danish study. More

30/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to be beating cancer gene risk
People at genetic risk of developing colorectal cancer can protect themselves by adopting a healthy lifestyle, according to a new analysis. More

28/09/2016 - Chance for earlier cancer diagnosis
Many cases of bowel cancer that present as an emergency could have been identified earlier, researchers warn today. More

06/09/2016 - Oesophageal cancer sub-types unveiled
Oesophageal cancer has three different sub-types, researchers announced last night. More

21/07/2016 - Omega 3 benefit for bowel cancer patients?
Bowel cancer patients who consume omega 3 fats from fish may help reduce the risk of mortality from their disease, new research suggests. More

01/06/2016 - Focus on children's digestive health
Europe needs to pay attention to the "digestive health" of its children, senior paediatricians have warned. More

13/05/2016 - Depression hampers cancer recovery - study
Patients with chronic depression who are treated for colorectal cancer are much less likely to manage a strong recovery than others, researchers warn today. More

22/01/2016 - Screening picks up early stage bowel cancer
Screening is more likely to pick up colorectal cancer at the earliest stage than GP referral or emergency hospital admission, data released today shows. More

02/12/2015 - Pancreas fat crucial for type 2 diabetes
Dietary interventions for type 2 diabetes may help reverse the disease, say researchers from Newcastle University, UK, after a study of fat accumuulation in the pancreas. More

24/09/2015 - New IBD therapies effective in UK - audit
Biological therapies for inflammatory bowel disease are proving "safe and effective," according to the findings of an audit published today. More

21/09/2015 - Diabetes should get priority for obesity surgery?
Patients with type 2 diabetes should be given priority for bariatric surgery, according to a major study in Sweden. More

17/08/2015 - Hope for new stomach bug treatment
Scientists believe they have found a new way of tackling the bug responsible for peptic ulcers and other stomach diseases. More

12/08/2015 - How gastric bypass burns energy
Patients who undergo gastric bypass gain an unexpected bonus from the procedure, according to a Swedish study. More

30/07/2015 - Red wine may prevent bowel cancer - when non-alcoholic
A glass of non-alcoholic red wine a day could have a powerful effect in preventing bowel cancer, according to research published last night. More

21/07/2015 - Pill on string reveals cancer development
A "pill on a string" is helping researchers make significant findings about cancer of the gullett, it was announced last night. More

29/04/2015 - Strong diet link to colon cancer
A new study shows the devastating impact of western diets on the risk of colon cancer. More

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