MetLife Stadium Hosts Charity Football Fight Bowel Diseases

Hosts Fight

EAST RUTHERFORD – There were amateur teams at the big stadium Saturday with names like the “Wreck’em Crew,” and “Michael’s Mission.” Then there were the “Super Bowels.”

They were among the hundreds of players who enjoyed the chance to play football on the field at MetLife Stadium on Saturday and, in some cases, have a little sophomoric fun while for two serious bowel diseases, and Crohn’s disease.

“The things that are associated with the disease are not easy to talk about,” said , who is both a member of the board of the chapter of the Crohn’s & of America, and a media relations manager for Metlife Stadium. “It’s not a conversation you want to hear, but it’s one you have to talk about.”

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MetLife Stadium hosts charity football games to support fight against bowel
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Ulcerative colitis is a of the in which the lining of the colon becomes inflamed, while Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that can affect any part of the tract, according to the foundation

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