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What happens if you eat too many Tums?
If three work, the entire box will probably work even better, right?
This pill could help you figure out why you’re always farting
Many different foods and disorders can cause intestinal gas.
Why do marathon runners get the runs?
It doesn't just work your leg muscles—racing is rough on your intestines, too.
Do probiotics actually do anything?
The tiny bugs are marketed as a quick fix, but the body of evidence is miniscule.
Glowing Green Juice Could Change How We Examine Intestines
Rx: A tall glass of fluorescent spinach
Ingestible Sensor Can Measure Your Vitals
Like a FitBit that listens to your body from the inside
Ultrasound Could Deliver Drugs More Effectively To GI Tract
Making inefficient enemas a thing of the past
New Dissolving Ring Delivers Drugs Through Your Stomach For Seven Days
Safer, stretchier, and coming soon to a stomach near you
New Social Network Connects People Based on Gastrointestinal Bacteria
A German nonprofit, called MyMicrobes, is hoping you’ll want to get your gut bacteria’s genomes sequenced. It’s expensive, but you’ll … Continued
Researching Stress, Scientists May Have Accidentally Found Baldness Cure
Some of the greatest discoveries in science have been total accidents — Alexander Fleming’s use of penicillin, Wilson and Penzias’ … Continued