It’s hard enough having UC, but being a woman with the disease can bring unique challenges. Here’s what a GI doc wants you to know.
Have a loved one with ulcerative colitis? Mandy, who has UC, shares what acts of kindness can really make a difference.
Living with UC means putting your health first. Here's how to set healthy boundaries with friends, family, and co-workers to keep your IBD under control.
Living with UC? There’s an app for that. These mobile apps can help you track your symptoms, sleep, food, and more.
Sleep disturbances are common for people with UC. But these strategies can help you get the rest you need.
This type of inflammatory bowel disease comes with some gnarly side effects (hello, crushing cramps and bloody diarrhea). But once you become familiar with the most common symptoms and treatment options, relief will follow.
UC can bring planned and unplanned costs and paperwork. To help keep your stress level low, here are helpful strategies to make managing paperwork and finances easier.
The good news about treatments for multiple sclerosis? There are more than ever before! The challenge? There are more than ever before! Your introduction starts here.
Find out what chronic disease is costing American women — in finances and life — and what we can do to prevent it.
Your family game-plan might need to be a little different, but multiple sclerosis will never define who you are as a mom or dad.