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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.
When it comes to UC, there’s plenty of uncertainty. But, the facts remain—here is some surprising info you should know about the condition.
New research shows an increase in psychiatric disorders amongst children with inflammatory bowel disease.
New research suggests that people who have inflammatory bowel disease or diabetes may have a higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis. Find out what we know about the connection so far, and what you can do to lower your odds of developing RA.
Planning a pregnancy with ulcerative colitis? Here are some things you should know to better prepare.
After giving birth, women with IBD are at higher risk for developing mental health problems like anxiety and depression, compared to the general population.
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.
Men with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are at increased risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a study.
Avoiding these foods are key to enjoying a balanced diet with UC.
Depression is treatable. Since those with IBD are at higher risk of depression, keeping watch for signs is important.