Are your Crohn’s disease symptoms getting worse? Use our assessment to find out whether your Crohn’s treatment plan could use some adjustments to improve your life with IBD.
Test your knowledge on Crohn’s basics from medication to causes and diagnostic tests.
Testing your UC knowledge on everything from diagnostic tests and treatment recommendations, to common myths about the condition.
The story of how my habits changed before diagnosis, after, and how I’ve transformed them now to be my best during the holidays.
A Top 10 list of gift ideas that are sure to please someone you know with IBD.
“Living with UC has been one of the toughest things I’ve done in my life, but because of my diagnosis my whole family is more educated now.”
Moms with UC and Crohn’s share their IBD-related fears, struggles, and hopes as they face parenthood.
They might not have Crohn’s or Ulcerative Colitis, but parents go through their set of challenges, trials, and errors with children with IBD.
While cancer risk is relatively low, it’s still good to be aware of what to look for and when to notify the doctor.
Up to 47 percent of IBD patients may experience one or more of these extraintestinal issues that occur outside of the GI tract.