When your patient has colon cancer

Jane (not true name) was referred to me for iron deficiency anemia. This is anemia due to lack of enough iron. She was 62 years old and attained menopause at age 55 after removing her uterus due to fibroid. Jane was divorced yet she enjoyed life and liked to...

Poop: Everything you wanted to know but too shy to ask

  Poop: Everything you wanted to know but too shy to ask Poop. We all do it. Poop is the end product of the digestive process. It is removed from the body through a bowel movement (defecation). It is mostly water, about 75%. The solid component, about 25% is composed...

The SCOPY Awards. Two Years in a Row!

For the second year in a row, Adewale Ajumobi, MD, (founder and editor, bowelprepguide.com) was awarded the “service award for colorectal cancer outreach, prevention and year-round excellence” (SCOPY). Bowelprepguide.com is the ultimate guide to bowel...

Start-Up Poop.

If all you’ve ever considered poop to be is a waste product, think again. Poop is beneficial. Poop saves life. Poop is money, big money! The population of microorganisms within the human gut is called microbiota. This microbiota is complex and functions like an organ....