What Medicines Treat UC That’s More Than Mild?
If you have moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, your doctor will consider several different types of medications, including 5-ASAs, corticosteroids, and drugs that work on your immune system. Get to know what each type of medicine does.
Crohn's Drugs That Target Your Immune System
A look at drugs that reduce inflammation in Crohn's disease by targeting the immune system.
Should You Try a Low-Residue Diet?
What is a low-residue diet? Can it help your inflammatory bowel disease?
Heartburn Fighting Meal Ideas for All Year Round
Rich and spicy foods can aggravate your heartburn symptoms. Try these easy meal ideas at your next special occasion.
Party Recipes Without the Burn
Try these delicious recipes and enjoy party fare without the discomfort of heartburn.
Diarrhea Symptoms: When Is It Something More Serious?
If you have diarrhea, how can you tell if you should wait it out or seek medical care? WebMD tells you which symptoms are normal and which might require a doctor's attention.
Common Heartburn Triggers
WebMD examines the common triggers of heartburn flare-ups, including exercising, taking certain medications, and eating large meals.
Learn to recognize the symptoms of heartburn.
Crohn's Disease Complications
Learn more from WebMD about health complications of Crohn's disease.
WebMD explains the causes, diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of ulcerative colitis.