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In addition, certain extra-intestinal symptoms, such as fatigue, cognitive difficulties, headache, and depressed mood seem to feature more prominently in NCWS.
Junior center Ryan Crozier (intestinal issue) and freshman linebacker TJ Gardner (knee) also missed practice. …
And because some people are sensitive to mushrooms, even those considered edible, it's recommended that people eating morels for the first time consume only a small portion and wait a day to be sure the mushroom doesn't cause intestinal distress.
The health benefits from fiber are thought to be due to several factors such as: Decreasing intestinal transit time, therefore speeding the passage of foods through the digestive tract.
A research report presented at the Digestive Disease Week conference in June 2017 supported the role of coconut oil and cocoa butter against intestinal inflammation.
Nigel and Tuffy turned out to have below-average diversities of intestinal flora.
The most promising new treatment for recurring C. diff infections is fecal microbiota transplantation — infusing beneficial intestinal bacteria into patients to compete with C. diff, according to the study.
Avoid items that hang on a string instead of a chain; pets may chew and swallow string, causing intestinal problems.
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First Known Use of intestinal
INTESTINAL Defined for Kids
Definition of intestinal for Students
- an intestinal illness
medical Definition of intestinal
- intestinal digestion
- intestinal catarrh
- the intestinal flora
- an intestinal worm
- the intestinal canal
intestinallyplay \-ē\ adverb
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