DHC in the News

DHC in the News

DHC in the News

Find even more digestive health articles, videos, and interviews in the DHC News Archive.
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Up to 42 Percent of Patients with PCOS also have IBS

Dr. Pandolfino sheds some light on a surprising connection between Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

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More Americans than ever are ditching dairy and choosing milk alternatives

DHC clinical research dietitian, Bethany M. Doerfler, RDN, MS, sheds some light on milk alternatives.

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Tricks to Stick with Your Treatment Schedule

Check out these tips from Dr. Stephen Hanauer to stay on track with your treatment plan.

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Medication Mistakes You Should Never Make

IBD expert, Dr. Stephen Hanauer discusses common medication mistakes people with IBD may makeā€”and how to avoid them.

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Skipping Your Meds Doesn't Matter - And Other Myths to Stop Believing

Dr. Hanauer unravels the misunderstandings about the importance of sticking with your biologic treatment schedule.

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Low-Carb, High-Fat Diets: Healthy or Not?

DHC clinical research dietitian, Bethany M. Doerfler, RDN, MS, explains how you can craft your own low-carb, high-fat eating plan with a registered dietitian.

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Woman's Chest Pain Diagnosed as 'Spiraling Esophagus': What's That?

Dr. Pandolfino discusses correlation of an unusual disorder in woman who suffers from reflux.

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How Long Does It Actually Take to Get Food Poisoning From a Sketchy Meal?

When food poisoning hits, you basically need to camp out by the toilet. Stray too far, and, well, you might be sorry.