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Managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): Is microbiome modulation the answer?

The understanding of the human microbiome continues to grow and this has immense potential for patients with IBS. Recognition and understanding of the influence of the gut-brain axis and gastrointestinal dysbiosis on symptomology of IBS may lead to new treatment strategies for patients experiencing this condition. This white paper presents a comprehensive overview of recent evidence for practitioners.

Asymptomatic bacteriuria, aged care and antibiotics – evidence and alternatives

Asymptomatic bacteriuria is prevalent in the elderly, especially among those in hospitals and residential aged care facilities. Diagnosis can be difficult and antibiotics are often prescribed as a safety net, however, as this line of treatment is being called into question due to side-effects and antibiotic resistance – could cranberry help?

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