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Newswise — Loyola Medicine is among the first to conduct a clinical study using hypnotherapy to treat functional dyspepsia, a gastrointestinal disorder affecting approximately 10 percent of the population.

People affected by functional dyspepsia experience frequent stomach upset, including...

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today permitted marketing of the first medical device to aid in the reduction of functional abdominal pain in patients 11-18 years of age with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) when combined with other therapies for IBS. IBS is a condition affecting the large...

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Testing for celiac (or “coeliac” in Australia) disease and gut damage in pediatric patients can be a painful and invasive process involving endoscopic procedures, but that necessity may someday be replaced by a new and simpler diagnostic tool that analyses the patient’s breath for evidence of...

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