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  • Taking Steps Towards a Cure
    GI Associates is proud to support the annual Crohn’s and Colitis walk Dr. Eric Johnson is the Honorary Chair of Wausau’s “Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis” walk. The event will Read more
  • What Causes Diarrhea?
    Find out what could be causing this rather embarrassing problem and how you can treat it. Diarrhea happens to almost everyone at some point in their lives. Most of the time Read more
  • Keep Things "Going" Even When On the Go
    Stay regular as you travel this summer It’s summertime, and chances are you’ve got travel plans coming up! There are lots of things to love about travel—seeing new sights, experiencing new Read more
  • The Importance Of Colon Cancer Screenings
    Colonoscopy: An Important Colon Cancer Screening Procedure A colonoscopy allows your doctor to examine the lining of your large intestine or colon for any abnormalities.  During a colon cancer screening in Read more
  • Making the Most of Seasonal Produce
    Fruits and vegetables taste the best—and cost the least—when they are in season. Spring, summer, and fall all offer waves of delicious in-season produce. Make it your mission to hit Read more
  • 5 Tips to Avoid "Picnic Poisoning"
    Nothing ruins a block party, backyard BBQ, or Fourth of July cookout like accidental food poisoning. When the weather is warmer, it’s natural to want to get out and enjoy Read more
  • Constipation and Your Diet
    Constipation is like a leaky roof: you only remember it’s a problem when it rains. And so often in the case of constipation, we only think about it when we Read more
  • What Baby Boomers Should Know about Hepatitis C
    Hepatitis C diagnoses are on the rise—especially among Baby Boomers. Here are the 7 things everyone, and Baby Boomers in particular, need to know about this disease.    Baby Boomers are at Read more
  • 4 Causes of Iron Deficiency Anemia
    When your red blood cell (RBC) count is lower than normal, that means you have anemia. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia. It occurs when your Read more
  • 4 Ways to Avoid GI Issues Caused by Stress
    Digestion is controlled by the enteric nervous system, a system composed of the same neurotransmitters that make up the central nervous system. Because the brain and spinal cord are the Read more
  • What Is Pancreatitis?
    Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas, a small organ in the upper abdomen attached to the duct which drains bile from the gall bladder into the GI tract.  When Read more
  • 8 Holiday Foods to Avoid if You Have Acid Reflux
    The holidays are a time of friends, family, and indulging in feasts, treats, and goodies. If you have acid reflux, however, the holidays can be a time of pain and Read more
  • What to Do About the Stomach Flu
    Symptoms, Causes, and Prevention Strategies for Viral Gastroenteritis  Did a batch of oysters leave you feeling ill? Did a queasy coworker pass on a nasty bug? Viral gastroenteritis, otherwise known as the stomach flu, Read more
  • Common Signs of Colon Cancer-The Silent Killer
    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer each year. A cancer diagnosis is a scary thing, no matter how you Read more
  • ID-ing IBD
    A Quick Guide to IBD vs. IBS and What You Need to Know  Abdominal cramps, diarrhea, frequent bowel movements, bloody stool, plus fatigue and loss of appetite: It’s all a pain, Read more
  • What You Should Know about Celiac Disease: Separating Myth from Fact
    Celiac disease is more than just bloating, gas, and abdominal pain. Other symptoms of the disease include but are not limited to  joint pain, unexplained weight loss, the inability to Read more

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