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And a potential side effect of this amount of curcumin is gastrointestinal distress.
The Beto Unit in Tennessee Colony and Segovia Unit in Edinburg are both dealing with the possibility of mumps, while McConnell, Ellis, and Terrell Units are all grappling with gastrointestinal illnesses, Clark said.
Alexa was diagnosed with a rare gastrointestinal illness in 2016 and saw her weight drop to just over 80 pounds.
Federal inspectors regularly review cruise ships to spot sanitary issues and hygiene problems that have the potential to cause widespread foodborne and other gastrointestinal illnesses onboard.
Fiber moves through your gastrointestinal tract to help regulate healthy digestion and keep you full longer, according to the Mayo Clinic.
By the time noxious gel from just one Tide Pod dissolves on its way to your lower gastrointestinal tract, the reduced concentration of irritants will likely leave the lower esophagus, stomach, and intestines unscathed.
The mostly intact dead gator was found sticking out of a hole in the midsection of the python, and wads of gator skin were found in the snake's gastrointestinal tract.
The nearest pediatric gastrointestinal specialist covered by the family’s insurance was 90 miles away, in Pleasanton.
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