Did you know paying attention to your bowel movements is a great way to keep an eye on your health? March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month so pay attention the next time you sit down for a number two. A bowel movement is what’s left after your digestive system absorbs the nutrients and fluids your body needs to function properly so things like texture, color, and frequency can all be good indicators of possible digestive issues or dietary needs. Check out our infographic, Oh Poop!, to learn more about your number two!
“Bacteria” – a negative word, right? Not necessarily. If a bacterium comes in probiotic form, you ought to jump at the chance to take it in. It’s about time the good bacteria stop getting a bum rap.
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While an apple a day may keep the doctor away, it’s aspirin that may really protect your health: New research shows that an aspirin a day may help lower the risk of colon cancer.
Aspirin has long been credited with helping reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, and now, evidence (National Cancer Institute) suggests that taking a low-dose aspirin every day for five years or more may cut the risk of colon cancer by up to 35 percent among people who are at high risk.
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