Bethany DeVito, MD

Gastroenterologist
North Shore University Hospital


Recent Posts By: Bethany DeVito, MD

Bulimia and the Damage Done

Recently in the office waiting area, I noticed a wheelchair-bound young woman who was very thin, weak and pale. Though she weighed less than 80 pounds, her ashen, grey skin made her stand out the most. I gathered that this patient had an eating disorder. After consulting with multiple gastroenterologists–including specialists in other states–she sought… Read more »

IBS: What It Is and How to Live with Its Symptoms

Since April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month, it’s a good time to talk about this common disorder. IBS can happen any time, but it often begins in the teens or early adulthood. Irritable bowel syndrome is twice as common in women as in men. Besides the common cold, IBS symptoms are the most… Read more »