Have you ever had to poop when you’re out running or walking in an area where you couldn’t get to a restroom, porta-potty, or even a friend’s house? You’re not alone, as many runners and walkers have. What can be done?
June is National Bathroom Reading Month. With that in mind, we’re pleased to welcome you to our first post in what we plan to make a regular series on the topic of bathroom reading.
Consuming two or more servings of tree nuts per week may be associated with significantly reduced cancer recurrence and death in patients with stage III colon cancer. Nuts anyone?
now that you’ve gotten off the roller coaster of energy spikes and dips from consuming too much sugar and starch, you’re probably feeling better than ever. Trouble is, now you’re constipated. Here’s what to do.
Bowel traffic was flowing smoothly until you packed your bags and headed for the airport. Now you have gridlock of the gut. What to do?
Most people get a little grumpy when their colon is acting up — when they’re not pooping one to three times a day or their stools are too hard or too soft. Here we include short lists of foods that bind and foods that loosen stools.