Mayo Clinic on Digestive Health
John E. King
Mayo Clinic, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 194 pages
Everything readers need to know about the cause, management, and treatment of 12 common digestive problems can be found in this book, by staff members at the word-renowned Mayo Clinic. The topics include avoiding problem foods, eating well to feel well, achieving a healthy weight, strategies for reducing stress, and safe use of medications.
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