No matter its cause, diarrhea is uncomfortable.
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Poop comes in many shapes, sizes and textures. The kind that’s too runny might be the result of wayward germs, Crohn’s disease or lactose intolerance.
There are currently no permanent treatments for most patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
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Researchers discover clues to the origin of inflammatory bowel disease and a possible strategy for treatment.
The coronavirus lockdown has amplified the problem of access to clean and safe public toilets for everyone.
Coronavirus has amplified the fact that inadequate toilet access has long been a feature of UK life for many, including women and the disabled. Vulnerable people deserve better.
A large trial to test whether rebooting the immune system will help patients with Crohn’s disease has just begun.
People with chronic bowel conditions may need to use the toilet 20 to 30 times a day.
Our brain and gut are constantly talking to each other, so it makes sense mental health and stomach issues have a close relationship.
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US researchers have identified specific gene expressions and microbes associated with the inflammatory bowel disease Crohn’s…
Inflammatory bowel disease is one of a variety of unrelated but ongoing gastrointestinal disorders.
Inflammatory bowel disease is a group of inflammatory conditions of the colon and small intestine that can cause life-threatening complications and may require surgery. Luckily, current therapies offer…