Digestive disorders

Created 16 September 2021
Updated 21 April 2023

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Created 16 September 2021
Updated 21 April 2023

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), previously called a “functional bowel disorder”, is the most common gut-brain axis disorder

What causes irritable bowel syndrome? Could poor communication between the gut …

Functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGDs): the most common intestinal afflictions, a collection of chronic digestive symptoms that are not explained by any detectable anatomic anomaly.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), the most common FGD

Antibiotic-associated diarrhea: antibiotics are a powerful tool in the fight against bacterial infections.

While treatments sometimes appear to be without obvious short-term side effects…

Celiac disease: an often asymptomatic disease

Various factors are at work, including an imbalance in the intestinal flora.

Gastroenteritis: children, teenagers, adults... almost everyone has had gastroenteritis at least once in their life.

What is infectious gastroenteritis? What link does it have with the gut microbi…

IBD: multifactorial disorders, modified intestinal content, hope for treatment?

Treatment plans are starting to target microbiota.

Infantile colic: “My newborn baby’s cry is the most heartbreaking sound I’ve ever heard”

Does the answer lie in your baby’s gut microbiota?

Stomach Cancer: restoring the microbiota, therapy of the future?

Colorectal cancer and stomach cancer are two gastrointestinal cancers whose ori…

Traveler's diarrhea: Contrary to popular belief, it is not caused by exotic foods poorly digested by unaccustomed stomachs.

Notice to globetrotters and travelers who’ve fallen victim

Food allergies: a constantly progressing phenomenon that remains difficult to treat.

Probiotics as prevention?