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Indigenous Medicine Can Cure IBS

Medical conditions like disturbed bowel movements, abdominal pain, and the Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be cured by traditional herbal medicines available in Tibet, China and India. Prof Jianping Liu, lead review author, said that researchers conducted 75 different // randomized trials, and that some of the traditional medicines did improve the global symptoms of IBS. ....Most of the tri...

Dealing with IBS

Individuals who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are often surprised to learn that the disease affects approximately 10-15% or more of the general population.// ..IBS occurs when the intestines squeeze too hard or not hard enough, causing food to pass either too quickly or too slowly. The disease typically affects women, most often around age 20. ....The symptoms of IBS include abdomi...

IBS Sufferers Benefited by Non-Absorbable Antibiotics

A non absorbable antibiotic which stays in the gut has been found to be an effective long-term treatment for irritable// bowel syndrome (IBS) according to researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. ....The study has been published in the October 17 issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine It is the first to demonstrate benefits from antibiotic use even after end of the course of treatment has...

New hope for IBS patients…

According to a recent study, patients with Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS) showed greater improvements and less bloating on taking the antibiotic, rifaximin. //It is for the first time that a randomized double blind study has shown a continued effect of an antibiotic for IBS symptoms post-treatment. ..The study, entitled...

Gender and Family Size Influences IBS Symptoms in Children

Research presented at the 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology suggests that illness behavior, specifically complaints of recurrent// abdominal pain, in girls with mothers who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) may be intensified in smaller families, where children have more one-on-one contact with their mothers. ....Researcher Shelby Langer, PhD and colle...

Anxiety and Stress Levels Aggravate IBS

A recent research study finds that overly anxious and driven people are more prone to irritable bowel syndrome, usually// known as IBS. ..The researchers studied 620 people who had confirmed gastroenteritis caused by a bacterial infection. None had had IBS before, or indeed any serious bowel disorder. ..Participants were asked to complete a detailed questionnaire when their infection was confir...

The Production and Marketing of IBS Drug Halted by the Chinese Government

The Chinese Food and Drug administration has put a halt to the production and marketing of Novratis AGs Zelnorm Drug, for irritable bowel syndrome, as the risk associated with it outweighs the benefits. The patients are asked to stop taking the medication. ......The Chinese Drug watchdog posted a statement on its website warning risks of Zelnorm outweigh the possible benefits for some patients...
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