Internet, books facilitate communication on bowel issues

08/6/2007 | SunJournal.com (Lewiston, Maine)

People are becoming more open about their digestive health, according to a Yale University gastroenterology fellow. From books combining humor with bowel symptoms to blogs and Internet sites about digestion, patients are facilitating a greater dialogue with their physicians about potentially embarrassing conditions.

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