Crohn’s Colitis Flare-Ups May Be Associated With Air Travel FRIDAY, May 25 (IDEAS) Individuals with inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, could possibly be at greater probability for flare-ups whenever they take a flight or go to high altitudes for rock climbing or hiking, new research advises. This additional complications impacted individuals […]
Genetic epidemiology and pharmacogenetics in irritable bowel syndrome first objective is to evaluate the evidence supporting a role for genetics in irritable bowel syndrome .
Medical cures by probiotics continue to be acknowledged in the last Century, however their benefit has mostly gone unacknowledged by traditional western physicians. But curiosity about probiotics continues to grow during the last several years when confronted with rising bacterial effectiveness against several powerful medicines, consumers’ demand for natural treatments and gathering facts that some […]
The microbes living in your gastrointestinal tract may be very tiny, but they have a big impact on health. Until now, it has been widely believed that genetics were the major factor that determined how well your body could resist intestinal infections. That assumption is now changing, thanks to a new study led by Deanna […]
This page will feature research that has been featured on our News blog or is completed. January 9, 2008: New research has found a correlation between cholesterol drugs (statins) and reduced risk of some cancers, including colorectal cancer. The researchers have yet to find a cause or explanation for this correlation, but have concluded that it warrants further […]
IDEAS commits a portion of our fund raising proceeds to research projects each year. In 2010, IDEAS will support the construction of a new research facility at the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia. Tags: Research
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