The annual Digestive Disease Week conference presents research across a range of GI specialties. Here’s a look at some of 2017’s standouts.
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A new study suggests some Americans are more susceptible to esophageal cancer, and it’s linked to where they live. More research is needed to pinpoint the relationship.
With a new app, patients can discreetly and easily monitor their GI symptoms — improving communication with their doctors along the way.
Specific messaging and resources are needed to promote healthy weight gain during pregnancy for young mothers, a new study suggests.
In a new study, mobile reminders boosted medication adherence in high blood pressure patients. Next up, researchers are investigating the tech’s additional applications.