Tummy trouble is more common as we age, but doesn’t have to stop you eating a hearty, comforting meal.
As many as 46 per cent of Australians reduce or remove certain food groups from their diet in an attempt to beat the bloat.
Around one in 70 Australians and 1.4 per cent of the world's population are impacted by coeliac disease
Many people are unknowingly consuming harmful ingredients, a new study has found.
Aspirin could interact with a common stomach bacteria and increase the risk of stomach bleeding, a new study has found.
A colonoscopy can help detect a number of bowel diseases.
Farting is a normal part of the digestive process.
A simple broth could be the answer to greater weight loss for some women, a new study indicates.
Some fruit juice contains nearly the same levels of sugar as a can of Coke.
People with constipation and other intestinal disorders may be able to use light technology rather than drugs.
Yoghurt could replace other drugs used to treat inflammation in the near future.