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About 142 000 Americans are infected annually with a variety of Salmonella bacteria emanating from chicken eggs, and of this number, about 30 die. It is suspected, in these cases, the shell of the chicken egg may be contaminated by an infected hen. In addition to the occurrence in eggs, it can also be generally traced back to a variety of foods, particularly meat.
Published by Colin Dovey 88 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +16 votes | 13 comments
When someone is found to have Diverticulosis, it means that they have several diverticula bulging out in the colon. A diverticulum is a small pouch in the colon lining that has punched through the muscular wall of the colon. Diverticula occur mainly in the sigmoid colon, which is the lower part of the large intestine.
Published by Cynthia Roberts 78 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +19 votes | 12 comments
Tomatoes are not the normal vector of the bacteria Shigella Flexneri, but infected workers handling raw fruits and vegetables like tomatoes (especially overripe and bruised) can transmit this severe but curable illness. Typically, this illness comes from eating unwashed or improperly washed raw vegetables that have been exposed to animal fecal matter.
Published by thestickman 93 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +10 votes | 10 comments
More people become ill from foodborne illnesses during the holiday season than at any other time of the year but IBM and Ecosystems are working together to reduce the risk.
Published by Jerry Walch 72 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +16 votes | 9 comments
Sometimes infant vomiting is more than just simple spitting up, it is a condition called infant acid reflux or GERD
Published by carol roach 78 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +16 votes | 9 comments
Take the "Burn" out of "heartburn" by using a food journal to discover what your "Trigger Foods" are and what the trigger level is.
Published by Jerry Walch 72 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +18 votes | 7 comments
Herbal remedies, acupuncture and relaxation therapy are used in conjunction with standard medication to relieve the symptoms of GERD.
Published by carol roach 78 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +14 votes | 7 comments
What is gluten intolerance and are there ways to enjoy bread/wheat that has no gluten? Here is a simple wheat & gluten-free pizza recipe for those whom cannot eat wheat/bread/pasta products for health reasons, such as gluten intolerance and sufferers of Celiac Disease...
Published by thestickman 91 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +12 votes | 7 comments
If you are are experiencing heartburn that just won't go away it could be something more serious. It could be gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. Do go see your doctor, he or she will be able to do diagnosis testing to see if your heartburn is simply heartburn or a symptom of GERD.
Published by carol roach 77 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +7 votes | 6 comments
Heartburn occurs because the stomach acid backs up (reflux) into the esophagus. This is caused by a faulty sphincter valve which doesn't properly to open to let the food down to the stomach and close to seal the food from coming back up.
Published by carol roach 77 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +5 votes | 6 comments
Baby spit off all the time it is normal, however, sometimes it might be infant acid reflux. Learn the symptoms and know when to take your baby to the pediatrician.
Published by carol roach 78 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +7 votes | 6 comments
How do people get worms. How do I know if I have worms? How to tell if children have worms? How to diagnose intestinal parasites? Symptoms of having worms in humans and people.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 70 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +11 votes | 5 comments
Hemorrhoids are dilated vessels in the submucosa of the lower rectum arising from the superior and inferior hemorrhoidal veins. Chronic fissures may expose the internal sphincter and be associated with a skin tag.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 74 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +15 votes | 5 comments
You should see your baby doctor if you feel that your infant is vomiting too much
Published by carol roach 78 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +9 votes | 5 comments
The small intestine in the human body has three parts, including the long narrow tube consisting of the jejunum and ileum. The jejunum and ileum have a similar structure, but each has a particular function in the digestion of food and absorption of nutrients.
Published by Shava Chai 82 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +4 votes | 5 comments
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