PPIs are safe and effective drugs — when they are taken as indicated. But there are also risks associated with their use, especially inappropriate use. Drs. Gail Cresci and Amandeep Singh explain.
While limited time is always a factor in a medical school’s curriculum, the importance of nutrition has often been ignored. Dr. Gail Cresci explains why physicians need to understand the power of nutrition and more in this Q&A discussion.
New research suggests that supplementing antibiotic therapy with a butyrate-producing probiotic and prebiotic may make the gut environment unfriendly to C. diff and prevent CD infection.
New research sheds light on how alcohol damages the liver, providing hope for new therapies. Drs. Gail Cresci and Laura Nagy explain.
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