When You're New to Crohn's Disease
Easy steps to take to live as normally as possible with Crohn's disease, including having a doctor nearby, packing an emergency kit, and knowing where public bathrooms are located.
Drugs That Calm Crohn's Inflammation
A look at the pros and consof using anti-inflammatory drugs to treat Crohn's disease.
Will I Need Surgery for My Ulcerative Colitis?
If you have ulcerative colitis and need surgery for it, your doctor may recommend one of these procedures: the “J-pouch,” or an ileostomy. Find out what they involve and what to expect after the operation.
Tips to Avoid Crohn's Disease Symptoms
Tips to help you avoid a Crohn's disease flare and other symptoms.
Ulcerative Colitis: Find Your Trigger Foods
Can avoiding some foods help you reduce ulcerative colitis symptoms like pain and diarrhea?
5 Tips to Control Your Ulcerative Colitis Flares
When an ulcerative colitis flare strikes, take action to stop it as quickly as possible and to help prevent future ones.
Vitamins for Crohn's Disease
If you have Crohn's disease, here are minerals and vitamins your body may need -- and how to get more of them.
Which Biologics Are Used to Treat Crohn's Disease?
What are biologic drugs? How do they control Crohn's disease?
Manage Your Stress to Ease Ulcerative Colitis
Stress doesn't cause UC, but it can make the symptoms worse. Fatigue, painful stomach cramps, intense diarrhea, and anxiety about having an accident add to your stress, too. Break that cycle and find some relief with these easy relaxation techniques.
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.