When your doctor orders a blood test, what is it that they are testing in your blood, and what does it mean to your health?
What is the hematocrit level blood test, and how is it used by a physician to diagnose diseases and conditions?
How would you go about lessening the environmental impact of your IBD? Here are some simple ways you can be greener in your daily life.
Bathroom wipes are being used by everyone from toddlers to adults. Should these wipes really be flushed down the toilet, and what happens to them when they are?
Most people with IBD follow a diet plan that is specific to them. How is it possible to stick to the right diet when every social event revolves around food?
Could eating junk food give you IBD? Find out if there is any evidence to support the idea that what you eat could cause IBD.
Are you dreading an upcoming medical exam? Here are some tips on how you can relax your body and mind while you're experiencing discomfort.
Learn about how many people have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), who is most at risk for developing the disease, and what factors may influence a person's risk.
When your child is diagnosed with IBD: how much should you tell her about her health? Here: a by-age guide to helping your child understand IBD.
Does your IBD leave you feeling lonely? Here are ways to meet people and become less isolated despite your IBD.