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War Inside Our Bodies Living with Inflammatory Disease

War Inside Our Bodies Living with Inflammatory Disease

War Inside Our Bodies Living with Inflammatory Disease, Our bodies rely on a complex immune system to keep us healthy, but for those with inflammatory disease it can feel as if their immune system has turned against them. With International Day of Immunology coming up on 29 April, Rebecca Scott talks to researchers working to […]

Vancouver, British Columbia Best Intestinal Disease Advocate

Vancouver, British Columbia Best Intestinal Disease Advocate

Rob Hill was recognized as the Best Intestinal Disease Education Awareness Advocate by industry peers in large part due to the work Rob has generated for, Parents, Teenangers, and kids living with an Intestinal Disease

Holiday season tips to help you be the best host

Holiday season tips to help you be the best host

Holiday entertaining can be challenging. If you want to be the hostess with the mostess, check out the media release below, which offers tips to help you accommodate your guests with dietary restrictions: The holiday season is filled with social events, with many of us playing host during this happy time. Hosting family and friends […]

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 […]

New antibody study could better treat Crohns and colitis

New antibody study could better treat Crohns and colitis

A new investigational antibody is an effective treatment for patients who suffer from the inflammatory bowel diseases Crohn’s disease and colitis when other treatments fail, a study has found. The international GEMINI studies, led by Western University’s Dr. Brian Feagan, found that the antibody vedolizumab is effective for patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s […]

Poor sleep linked to Crohns disease relapse

Poor sleep linked to Crohns disease relapse, not ulcerative colitis., Patients with Crohn’s disease in remission who reported sleep disturbances were more likely to experience active disease or disease flares, while those with ulcerative colitis were not in a recent study. Researchers evaluated data from 3,173 adult patients with IBD enrolled in the longitudinal, Internet-based […]

Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation AbbVie awarding scholarships

Orangeville Citizen, on Wed, 29 May 2013 18:09:32 -0700 Nominations are now being accepted for Second Annual Scholarship Program that rewards remarkable students living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Canada has one of the highest reported prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) Nominations are now being accepted for Second Annual Scholarship Program that rewards […]

World IBD Day

World IBD Day

World IBD Day May 19th WHY A LOCKOUT? Canadians living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) often suffer a loss of freedom as they need to have urgent access to a bathroom, sometimes more than 20 times per day and unfortunately, are often turned away from bathrooms in retail stores, restaurants, and other convenient locations, leaving […]

Rob Hill’s Walk to Cure Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis

Rob Hill’s Walk to Cure Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis., Walking with us takes guts finding a cure We are the “Bowel movements” and we’re on the move! We are members of the Intestinal Diseases Education and Awareness Society (IDEAS) lab at UBC-Okanagan and this is our team’s first year participating in the Gutsy walk. Canada […]

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