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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.
Irritable bowel syndrome is notoriously difficult to diagnose since there is no definitive test available. But that may soon change thanks to new research.
Have irritable bowel syndrome? These drug-free tactics, from nutrition to yoga, may help you combat symptoms like diarrhea.
While they may be only one letter apart, IBD and IBS are separate conditions. Learn the similarities and differences here.
It happens to the best of us. Here’s how to know if you have this uncomfortable digestive symptom.
Most people will deal with constipation at some point, regardless of whether they have a known digestive health condition. Get the facts about this common symptom.
The low FODMAP diet can help to prevent bloating, cramping, diarrhea, flatulence, and other symptoms that are common for people who suffer from IBS, Crohn's disease, UC, or celiac disease. These are the foods to stock up on, and the ones to avoid.
People with Crohn’s disease are at increased risk for colorectal cancer. Statin drugs to control cholesterol levels may help reduce this risk.
Having inflammatory bowel disease increases your risk for antibiotic-resistant C. Diff bacterial infection and recurrence.
Flatulence, burping, and stomach bloating can be embarrassing. Here are some easy steps you can take to reduce the amount of gas you pass.