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Bowel Cancer Testing: Evie’s Story

Bowel Cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in VictoriaThis highlights the importance of having regular medical checkups if you believe yourself to be at risk. Read More

Bowel Cancer Prevention: Alan’s Story

Last month we discussed various factors that increase or decrease your chances of developing bowel cancer. It is incredibly important to regularly check in with your doctor, especially if you notice any lingering digestion or bowel problems.

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Bowel cancer risks and prevention revisited

To best understand which lifestyle changes are going to work for you in taking preventative measures against Bowel Cancer, we need to first understand what causes Bowel Cancer, who’s at risk and what bowel cancer prevention really means. Read More

Bowel Cancer Signs and Symptoms revisited

Early in our blog we looked at a number of different aspects of Bowel Cancer; with a healthy appreciation for the alarming rates of Australian’s suffering from this disease, we think its high-time we rolled these out again for a fresh look! Not only is it one of the leading types of cancer across the world. it's affecting 1 in 12 Australians! Let's get started with a few basic facts:

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Lactose intolerance

Did you know that only one-third of adults can digest milk? Our ability to digest lactose (the main sugar found in milk) is reliant on our body’s production of an enzyme called lactase.  Read More

What you need to know about fructose intolerance

Did you know that up to 70% of people who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome may also have fructose intolerance, while approximately 30% of healthy adults show poor absorption of fructose doses below 50g?  Read More

Your guide to Colonoscopy

A colonoscopy is a simple procedure which involves an examination of the lower part of the gastrointestinal tract (colon, or, large intestine/bowel). An entirely safe procedure, colonoscopies often provide information that other tests do not.  Read More

Your guide to Gastroscopy/Endoscopy

A gastroscopy is a simple yet effective procedure which allows a clear view of the lining of the oesophagus (gullet), the stomach and the first part of the intestine. This procedure is commonly used to investigate and assess symptoms such as upper abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, reflux, difficulty swallowing or unexplained/sudden weight loss. Read More