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Tips for student dealing with Crohns disease

Tips for student dealing with Crohns disease., SEATTLE — Heading back to school can stir up anxiety in any child, especially those dealing with a health issue. For children with inflammatory bowel disease, stepping foot in a classroom can be downright terrifying. “They’re afraid the things they fear the most will happen at school,” said […]

IBD Awareness is So Important

IBD Awareness is So Important IBD and Ostomy Awareness isn’t just a passive concept, or even an excuse for us to talk about our own lives. It’s as vital to our quality of life, and hope for the future, as our medications, support systems, and doctors. World IBD Day is coming up, and it has […]

Philadelphia CCFA Hosts Crohn’s and Colitis Education Day

Philadelphia CCFA Hosts Crohn’s and Colitis Education Day Philadelphia CCFA Hosts Crohn’s & Colitis Patient Education Day at Thomas … PR Web (press release) This free program provides a supportive environment for patients, families and caregivers to learn about Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, collectively known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Currently, Crohn’s disease and […]

I Lost My Sight Devastating Impact of Crohn’s

I Lost My Sight Devastating Impact of Crohn’s For 52 years the Lochwinnoch volunteer had no idea what was wrong and had been given every diagnosis under the sun before finally being told she had Crohn’s five years ago. During some of her darkest moments, Victoria lost her sight temporarily nine times and had to […]

Left Sided Ulcerative Coliti Study Shows Daily Mesalazine Granules

Results of a recent sub analysis1 of data from the MOTUS study2 presented today at the Congress of European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation showed that a once-daily 4g dose of mesalazine (Pentasa® granules) was non-inferior to the twice-daily 2g dose for such formulation in inducing remission in patients with left-sided active ulcerative colitis. “These results […]

Time to Escape the Stall

Last December, 30,000 people crossed the finish line of the Las Vegas Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon. Of those, 1,400 were Team Challenge participants, and one of those was me. My name is Grant Henry, and I have lived with ulcerative colitis for six years. It started when I was 23 and graduated from the […]

Monica’s Sagastume Exercising after my pregnancy

Monica’s Sagastume Exercising after my pregnancy My new bundle of joy! Having a new baby is a happy and turbulent time full of sleepless nights and diaper changes and the excitement over seeing our baby reach a new milestone. Once the dust settles down, I was thinking about what I could do to lose the […]

ADAPT Cookbook Crohn’s friendly Turkey Burger

he ADAPT Cookbook is a project of Chef Baron Gottsacker, a Crohn’s sufferer who is aiming to help other people living with inflammatory bowel disease reduce their symptoms and increase their quality of life through fantastic, healthy cooking.   Crohn’s friendly Turkey Burger perfect for any occasion. To view more details about this Crohn’s friendly […]

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