Drinking green tea is not a new past time. In fact, individuals have enjoyed drinking green tea for over 5,000 years. However, in the past several years, green tea is increasingly being studied as an agent with the potential to reduce inflammation, especially in the gastrointestinal tract.
Green tea is made from the dried leaves of... Read more
About half of patients who live with IBD use some form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and that number is on the rise. Even though the use of alternative therapies is becoming more popular, there are still more questions than answers about the effectiveness on bowel disease. However, there are some things we do know about... Read more
I completely understand how hard it can be to keep up with all of the recommended preventative screenings such as mammograms and colonoscopies. For the most part, the LAST thing I want to do is schedule another doctor's appointment for me or my family, especially if no one is in immediate pain. If you are living with or caring for someone with a... Read more
In the past, women with IBD were counseled against pregnancy. These days however, a healthy pregnancy and baby are both possible for couples living with IBD. If you and your partner are planning for a new family member in 2009, this SharePost is written for you, and includes answers to some frequently asked questions.
Will becoming... Read more
I wish for you a good Doctor...
That you will not dread your appointments.
I wish for you great Friends and Family...
The kind that understand that sometimes you have to cancel your plans at the last minute, even if they saw you the day before and you seemed just fine.
I wish for you a Restaurant...
A favorite place where you... Read more