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New sensor detects inflammatory bowel disease

Nashville - The world’s first sensor, able to assess inflammatory bowel disease, has been developed. The sensor will help medics to take a more personalized approach to treating the disease.

Tarantula venom could help with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Tarantula venom is studied for use by people suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). By looking at how and where key toxins attack different parts of the nervous system, researchers could identify some that could be used as painkillers.

New marker for bowel cancer

A new discovery could play an important role in establishing which bowel cancer patients are most likely to require chemotherapy.

Fecal transplants are to become regulated

Fecal therapy is a new method of treating people with infection. However, U.S. physicians and researchers will now have to get approval from the FDA before they can perform a stool transplant.

3-year-old girl killed by blow from dad that 'severed her bowel'

A court has heard how a three-year-old girl died when part of her bowel was severed, after she was attacked by her own father.

British man fitted with 'bionic bottom'

A Barnsley, England man has been given a bionic bowel after nearly losing his life in a motorcycle crash. His bowel is now opened by remote control.

ASA May Cut The Risk Of Bowel Cancer By Over Half Says Study

It may not help prevent a stroke, and may even increase your risk of having a heart attack, yet one ASA tablet a day, they say, can prevent bowel cancer

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