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Are Your Children Getting High Doses of Food Dye and Sugar?

Some popular brands of cereals and candies contain unexpectedly high levels of food dye. Research in mice links this to bowel inflammation.

Terry Graedon - July 27, 2020

What Can You Do to Control Microscopic Colitis?

Joe Graedon - March 4, 2019

Clindamycin and C. Diff Infection: A Devil’s Ride

Terry Graedon - October 4, 2018

Will Artificial Sweeteners Harm Your Microbiota?

Terry Graedon - August 15, 2018

How Could Cannabis Help Inflammatory Bowel Disease?

Joe Graedon - July 30, 2018

A Deadly Clindamycin Side Effect | Wicked Diarrhea!

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Terry Graedon - June 14, 2018

Can You Fight Bacteria with Viruses?

Bacteriophages, viruses that fight bacteria, may help physicians reduce the burden of antibiotic resistance by offering an alternative to overcome infection.

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Terry Graedon - March 21, 2018

Will a Sugar Substitute Harm Your Health?

The sugar substitute sucralose may alter the balance of intestinal bacteria in ways that promote inflammation. It might also promote metabolic syndrome.