Latest Articles by Jackie Zimmerman
Colorectal Surgery Complications You Should Know About
When you’re preparing for colorectal surgery, it feels like your surgeon throws a ton of information at you. Left and right, risks and benefits, pros and con. However, no matter how much information they throw at you, there is always something you wo...
8 UC Patients Reveal the Best Advice They've Ever Received
Our IBD Facebook community was happy to offer up their collective wisdom.
Pouchoscopies with Ulcerative Colitis: Are You Keeping Up?
Like every other part of the digestive tract, J-pouches need to be regularly checked and examined for problems, like inflammation and cancer.
Sweet Relief for MS Night Sweats
Chill! These MS-friendly gadgets will help regulate your body temp all night long.
Seeing the Light: Getting Through the Emotional Fall-out of an MS Flare
When you have multiple sclerosis, you know that flare-ups are inevitable. But when they strike seemingly out of the blue after a long remission, the blow can feel twice as hard.
10 UC Patients Share Uplifting Advice
When you’re in the midst of a flare or stuck in a rut with your ulcerative colitis, it can be hard to think positive. But these UC vets are here to let you know that it does get better.
Do You Need a Walking Bike in Your Life?
These cool mobility devices can be an excellent option for people with earlier forms of multiple sclerosis, helping you do more and go farther.
10 Instagrammers With MS You Need to Follow
These patient-approved MS influencers are guaranteed to make your day on the 'gram a little brighter!