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Looking to add some IBD inspo to your Insta feed? Follow this diverse group of Crohnies who are sharing the raw and real sides of living with a chronic illness.
Up to 75 percent of people with Crohn’s disease eventually do have surgical procedures, according to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation (CCF). Get the facts here.
Have you ever used exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN) for Crohn's? If not, you might want to read how this oral formula can give your gut time to rest.
Despite often severe IBD symptoms, Melody Condon keeps on groovin'. Here’s her story.
Struggling to get motivated? Here’s how to get moving when you’re living with Crohn's.
Dealing with sleep problems in addition to Crohn’s? You’re not alone. Here’s how to get better rest with IBD.
The Restroom Access Act, also known as Ally's Law, helps people living with Crohn's gain bathroom access when out and about during an emergency. Here’s what you should know.
Managing Crohn’s while you travel can be tough. These tips can help you be prepared for anything and avoid flare-ups.
It's always smart to create an emergency kit to take with you in case a natural disaster strikes, such as a hurricane or wildfire. Here's what you should pack, including IBD-specific items.
When Crohn’s rears its ugly head in a flare-up, be prepared with these tried-and-true tips from people who’ve been there.