- Recognize the warning signs
Seek immediate medical attention if you develop symptoms such as painful abdominal cramping, fever, and nausea
- Diet right
Help prevent the disease by eating a high-vegetable, high-fiber, and low-meat diet
- Get moving
Start a regular program of physical activity, such as jogging, to help prevent symptomatic diverticular disease
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