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Ulcerative colitis can affect your body’s ability to absorb nutrients, but is popping multiple pills really necessary? Here’s how to find out.
10 stay-strong strategies for coping with the (often overlooked) emotional toll of having ulcerative colitis.
Inflammation caused by UC can affect more than your digestive track. Protect your vision by watching out for these common eye conditions associated with ulcerative colitis.
There’s a whole lot of contradicting science on the impact smoking has ulcerative colitis. We dig through it all to get you the answers you need.
Ironically, although you can’t exactly eat your way out of Crohn's, you can actually help yourself feel better with a few easy adjustments to your diet. Here’s how.
Maddening but true: Experts can't point to a single cause for this challenging condition. Instead, research suggests a perfect storm of factors come together to wreak havoc on your digestive tract. Here's what we know so far.
Wondering if your disgruntled gut could be a sign of something more serious? Here's how to tell if it's time to see a doc.
Whether your symptoms are mild, severe, or somewhere in between, there's a good chance you'll be able to find a medication that helps you heal.
Family: You can't live with 'em, you can't live without 'em. While your family can be your main support system when you have a chronic illness like ulcerative colitis, sometimes they can harm your wellness efforts. Here's how to deal.
Whether it's dancing, biking, traveling, or hiking: yes, you can do that with Crohn's. Learn which foods will help rather than harm; how to advocate for yourself at the doctor's office; and how to navigate stigma.
Discover the most healing foods for your UC, as well as how to look and feel your best, build a strong relationship with your care team, and how to manage work, travel, and more.
What comes next now that you're received your diagnosis? Learn from others who have been there before, and find out which questions to ask your doctor to get the care that's right for you.