Bowel school 3: Your stomach likes order and routine

February 26 2020

Constipation – everyone knows how tough it can be. Especially when traveling, the stomach is fond of shutting down all operations, resisting food that’s prepared in a different way or consumed at different times. Does your stomach like traveling?

 

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Topics: Health, Bowel dysfunction, constipation

Bowel school 2: Your stomach – your compass

February 19 2020

Heartburn, acid reflux, constipation, vomiting – all unpleasant and uncomfortable, yet all avoidable? We provide a few tips to promote better digestion.

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Topics: Health, Bowel dysfunction

Bowel school 1: How is your gut feeling?

February 12 2020

If the stomach isn’t working, it won’t waste time in letting you know. Maybe it's time to listen to your stomach to hear how things are going in order to understand and treat it a little better? Follow our mini-series on the stomach.

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Topics: Health, Bowel dysfunction

Taking charge of your life, Part 2

December 2 2016

There are always positives to be found among the downsides. If the disease or diagnosis, and the various associated matters weigh heavily, it helps to look for all the positive things in life that weigh against this. To achieve that balance, a caregiver needs to be prepared to talk, ask questions and not serve answers like an automaton.

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Topics: Health

Taking charge of your life, Part 1

December 1 2016

What do you do when faced with the hard facts? How do you go on after a life-changing diagnosis that you will live with 24 hours a day, maybe for the rest of your life? There may be no cure, but there could be relief – and ways to gain new perspectives.

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Topics: Health