Category Archive: Gallbladder

Jan 21

Gallbladder disease and age

In the past, gallbladder disease has been associated with older patients. It was typical for gallstones to show up in patients in their 50’s or 60’s. Recent data shows that the occurrence of gallstones and, therefore gallbladder removal surgery, is trending to lower age groups.  Why? Could this be another consequence of our diets? Read …

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Mar 21

Gallbladder Disease

The instance of gallbladder disease is rising among younger patients, people in their 30’s or 40’s. This increase is linked to two other diseases (diabetes and obesity) also growing in younger people. Read about the connection in Age and Gallbladder Disease.

Nov 15

Understanding the Gallbladder

Have you been told that you might need gallbladder surgery? If you are wondering what this organ is, where it is located and how it can affect your health, read this blog article- Understanding the Gallbladder.

Jan 09

Have you ever experienced gallstones or a ‘gallbladder attack’?

Many people have no idea what their gallbladder does or even what it is. To find out, read “What does your gallbladder do.“

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