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A new study found a link between the bacteria that populate the digestive tract (called the gut microbiome) and this chronic pain condition. Here’s what that could mean.
While we don’t know exactly what causes UC, we do know some of the main risk factors for developing it — and knowing your risk factors can help you take control of your health and your future.
Tom Brady says to “hold the nightshades,” but should you?
While some research shows that smoking has a positive effect on UC, the story is not that straightforward. Here’s what you need to know about the risks.
Avoiding these foods are key to enjoying a balanced diet with UC.
One in 100 people have celiac disease, but many of them remain undiagnosed. Here are ways in which celiac can affect your reproductive health.
Depression is treatable. Since those with IBD are at higher risk of depression, keeping watch for signs is important.
Symptoms of pancreatic cancer can mimic those of IBD, so sometimes, it's hard to tell if it's just a typical IBD flare, or something more. Always talk to your doctor if you are experiencing new and different symptoms of IBD.
A 2018 study into the connections between acid reflux and cancer offers a reminder that reflux patients should stay vigilant about their health.
A look at the reasons why sleep disturbances are common in those with gastrointestinal disease.