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2011 Falls Valley Dr.
Suite 106
Raleigh NC 27615

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Your Pancreas and You

Chances are, the only time you’ve heard of an organ in your body called the pancreas, it had to do with cancer. Celebrities like Patrick Swayze and Steve Jobs both died highly publicized deaths of pancreatic cancer. But what is the pancreas, and what does it do in the body? Let’s take a look. The…

Nourishing Your Gut Microbiome

All of the autumn leaves have been raked and bagged, the outdoor temperatures are falling, and there just might be some snow in time to grant your wish for a white Christmas. Carols play at every store, cheerful lights brighten houses, and yummy smells of our favorite holiday foods fill the air. There’s no mistaking…

IBD and the Flu: A Complication-Prone Combination

The leaves are turning beautiful colors and there’s a nip in the air. Autumn has arrived! Along with the anticipation of fall holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, this season brings a higher incidence of upper respiratory infections, such as common colds and influenza. For patients with inflammatory bowel disease, influenza can be a bigger problem…

Throw Norovirus Overboard!

It’s summertime and the perfect time for a family cruise while the kids are out of school. You’re packed and ready to go, with swimsuit, flip flops, and sunscreen in hand. Time for some fun in the sun! But wait. You’ve heard horror stories about some nasty bug they call the norovirus that proliferates on…

Pregnancy and the GI Tract: What to Expect

Morning sickness is one of the best known gastrointestinal side effects of pregnancy. But did you know pregnancy can also affect other areas of the GI tract? Let’s take a look at some of them. Pica Cravings are notorious during pregnancy (ice cream run at midnight, anyone?), but some cravings can become a medical condition…

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