Readers solve the case of a 15-year-old gymnast with a terribly bloated belly.
Can you unravel the real-life case of a young gymnast who suddenly develops a huge and bloated belly? Solve the mystery with Dr. Lisa Sanders.
In a study of 10,000 visits to a children’s hospital emergency room, constipation was the most common specific diagnosis.
Scientists found that some laxatives had significant effects but that there was little or no evidence that enemas or increased fluid intake had any benefit.