Some gluten-free foods such as bread and flour will remain available on prescription in England following a public consultation, the government has announced.
Surfers who take to coastal waters are 3-times more likely to harbour a dangerous 'superbug' in their gut than non-surfers, a study has found.
In future, if you have gut problems and visit a doctor you may be asked to swallow a special diagnostic sensor that checks stomach gases from the inside.
It is natural for poo to change colour, often because of something you've eaten. Learn more from Dr Rob Hicks.
Why do I feel sick after eating? Learn more from Dr Rob Hicks.
Why do I feel sick? Learn more from Dr Rob Hicks.
Sausages and ham sold by a leading British supermarket may have infected thousands of people with a form of hepatitis that can cause liver damage, it is being widely reported.
Norovirus has cost one elite athlete the chance of winning a medal at the London 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships.
Don't worry, you can freshen up after a bout of diarrhoea with minimal fuss. Get tips here.
For some people diarrhoea happens frequently. This can leave you feeling out of control and anxious, but there are steps you can take to help manage it.
Tummy ache and constipation are common in children, but how can you tell if they need medical help?
Having enough fibre in your diet helps keep your digestive system healthy and efficient.
When you are being sick or have diarrhoea it's important to keep hydrated.
If you have a particular problem with wind there are ways to control it and remedies to try.
Problems with digestion are pretty common. It's estimated that around 40% of adults have a digestive issue at any one time. Get facts and tips here.
A tummy ache is a common complaint especially for children. It can be caused by a virus or a bacteria but it may also be the result of our emotions.
When it comes to the gastrointestinal tract, experts say myths abound. How much do you really know about what goes on inside your abdomen?
Burping, wind and a rumbling stomach may be embarrassing, but they're rarely a sign of disease.
Taking exercise if you have a gastrointestinal disorder can sometimes be challenging. But there's plenty of evidence to suggest you shouldn't give it up as exercise can actually help.
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