Nobody likes diarrhea. But is the icky and uncomfortable experience actually the body's way flushing bad stuff out of your system?
When doctors in China removed 30 inches of a young man's colon, they also removed nearly 29 lbs. (13 kilograms) of his feces.
Gut health affects everyone, whether they have a chronic condition or an occasional tummy ache.
A new book by a pediatric gastroenterologist offers a reassuring (and humorous) perspective on the mysterious effluvia that infants produce.
If you got sick from swimming in a pool last summer, there's a good chance it was due to a tiny parasite called Cryptosporidium.
Easter eggs aren't the only things that are turning pink this spring: Some people are reporting that a special edition "Peeps-flavored" Oreos are turning poop pink.
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