Researchers believe the key lies in the microbiome
Gastroenterologists and GP proceduralists should do the job, says president
Society responds to duodenoscope-related outbreaks overseas
A string of studies presented at ECCO conference shows switching is safe
Thousands of colonoscopies could be avoided, say gastroenterologists
11 May 2016
Finding could help for kids who won’t take oral rehydration solutions
Primary practice has been inadequately prepared, says gastroenterologist
Breakthrough in microbiome research could lead to more targeted treatments
Researchers crunch the data from seven randomised controlled trials
27 Apr 2016
Harvard specialist says everyone experiences some effects
Fructose, lactose and a low FODMAP diet
There is now substantial evidence to confirm the efficacy of a low FODMAP diet in at least 70% of IBS patients in Australia and internationally
1 year ago
Placebo effects in trials … the blind leading the not so blind
When blinding performance is not reported, researchers and health professionals have no way of assessing whether the placebo effect may have biased a trial
eHealth and the missing links
The system should mimic the current methods of diagnosis and treatment, with vital information fed to the specialist by a...
Beyond med school blues
Are we jeopardising the standard of care given to patients because we are not willing to canvass the mental pressures...
A Duty of Care or a Duty to Care?
Nitschke’s central argument against the duty of care he supposedly owes is that there was no doctor-patient relationship between him...
Coeliac disease - all the hallmarks of an eating disorder
GP blogger, Dr Viv, finds coeliac is much more ubiquitous than she thought.