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Healthy Bowel Movements: Why You Should Pay Attention to Your Poop teaser image
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Healthy Bowel Movements: Why You Should Pay Attention to Your ...

Everyone poops, but many people feel uncomfortable talking about it. Cedars-Sinai gastroenterologist Dr. Mark Pimentel explains how to tell if you're having healthy bowel movements...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jul 08, 2020

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Cedars-Sinai Investigators Exploring the Connection Between th...

Research have come a long way in understanding how changes in our microbiome, specifically gut bacteria, may correlate to certain diseases like diabetes. Now, researcher Ruchi Math...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 03, 2020

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Living With IBD: Surviving the Holidays

Parties and family gatherings with indulgent food, alcoholic beverages, and the stress of family pressures can lead to flare-ups of Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. We asked ...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Dec 02, 2019

The Science of Eating: Studying Food and How it Affects Us teaser image
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The Science of Eating: Studying Food and How it Affects Us

For most of us, food is not just nutrition—it's social, it's how we bond, and how we spend time with our families.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jun 10, 2019

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Research Closeup: Fungus and Crohn's disease

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai have linked a specific gut fungus with Crohn's disease.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 30, 2019

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What are autoimmune diseases?

Because the immune system can target any part of the body, no two autoimmune diseases are the same.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 27, 2019

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She's Got Guts

Rising star Suzanne Devkota, PhD, is passionate about the convergence of food, health, and the bugs that live in our guts. Her ever-present “poop pillow” serves as an icebreaker fo...

Discoveries / Feb 25, 2019

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A Gut Check for Precision Medicine

Philanthropic gifts have allowed Dr. Stephan Targan to build the F. Widjaja Foundation Inflammatory Bowel and Immunobiology Research Institute into an investigatory powerhouse and ...

Discoveries / Feb 24, 2019

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Married to the Microbiome

Gastroenterologist Mark Pimentel, MD, and endocrinologist Ruchi Mathur, MD, are not only married, but they’ve also successfully united their two fields of research. Here, they retr...

Discoveries / Feb 20, 2019

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The Rebounder

A former professional basketball player and globetrotter, Lisa S. Thomas has spent the last 19 years studying inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) at Cedars-Sinai.

Discoveries / Feb 19, 2019

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Worldwide Wellness

Cedars-Sinai investigators partner around the globe to export the medical center’s lifesaving advances in biomedicine to physicians and patients in need.

Discoveries / Feb 19, 2019

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Research Closeup: Microorganism M. Smithii

A single-celled microbe that lives in our guts has been linked to some health conditions that can be tough to treat.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jan 13, 2019

Cow Milk vs. Milk Alternatives: Soy, Nut & Others teaser image
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Cow Milk vs. Milk Alternatives: Soy, Nut & Others

Cow, soy or nut milk: what’s the difference? We asked dietitian Keiy Murofushi what you need to know about the different kinds of milk out there. Learn more.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jan 05, 2019

What Causes Gastric (Stomach) Ulcers? teaser image
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What Causes Gastric (Stomach) Ulcers?

Is it stress? Is it spicy food? What causes ulcers? To better understand ulcers and their causes, we asked Cedars-Sinai gastroenterologist Dr. Quin Liu.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Dec 16, 2018

Why Are Ashkenazi Jews Likely to Get Crohn's Disease? teaser image
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Why Are Ashkenazi Jews Likely to Get Crohn's Disease?

Increased genetic risk factors seen in Ashkenazi populations appear to be rooted in history.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 12, 2018