A Victim No More: Overcoming Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Safe, Effective Therapies for Relief from Bowel Complaints: Easyread Edition
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a mysterious illness in which the large intestine fails to function normally. Its causes are not fully understood and treatments have often been ineffective. Now, Jonathan M. Berkowitz, M.D., uses cutting-edge research to provide a compelling and effective approach to treat this complex illness. Using the best of conventional and natural therapies, Dr. Berkowitz explains how to create an individualized program to heal IBS.
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