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Self-improvement was on the minds of WebMD's video viewers this year, who wanted information on losing weight, lowering their cholesterol, and exercising their way to awesome abs.

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Diagnosing Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

It's normal to have diarrhea or constipation from time to time. But if these problems happen often and occur with symptoms such as stomach pain or discomfort, you should see a doctor about the possibility of having irritable bowel syndrome (or IBS). A doctor who suspects IBS may ask about your symptoms, review your medical history, take a physical exam, and perform tests. No matter how embarrassing, it is important to talk with your doctor openly and honestly about your symptoms. You'll need to...

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