Tag - Satish Rao

Men’s Health: Doctors reveal 9 best health hacks for 2017

Saying you want to get healthy isn’t going to mean much if you don’t know how exactly you’re going to put that into play, according to Men’s Health magazine. So writer Elizabeth Millard asked 9 doctors across the U.S. – including Dr. Satish S.C. Rao, director of the Digestive Health...

Men’s Health: Burping too much? Ask a doctor

Dr. Satish S.C. Rao talks to Men’s Health magazine about burping, and it’s a lot of information to swallow. Here are a few takeaways: Interestingly, physicians usually refer to a burp as a “belch.” Most people burp about 3 to 6 times after eating or drinking, but it can be...

Men’s Health magazine: How pooping can kill you

Strange as it may sound, there’s a pretty well established link between bowel movements and death, according to digestive health expert Dr. Satish Rao. Blame a rare condition called defecation syncope, a fancy term for the loss of consciousness, or fainting, that can occur while pooping. You...

Dr. Satish Rao’s research featured in Men’s Health

Dr. Satish Rao, director of Georgia Regents University Digestive Health Center, was recently featured in Men’s Health for his team’s research into a very common, but very perplexing, question:
Why does a cup of Joe make you have to go?
To find the answer, click here.

Watch: Digestive Health Center opens

  Watch television coverage of the Grand Opening Celebration of the new Georgia Regents Digestive Health Center. WJBF News Channel 6 personality and patient Jennie Montgomery helped cut the ribbon and shared how Center Director Dr. Satish Rao helped diagnose and treat her fructose intolerance...

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