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    1. Inflammatory Bowel Disease Raises Blood Clot Risk

      Feb. 22, 2011 -- Inflammatory bowel disease may more than double the risk of a serious blood clot in the legs or lungs, according to a new study. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is an umbrella term that includes a variety of intestinal disorders, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Rese

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    2. Celiac, Crohn's Disease Share Common Genetic Links

      Jan. 27, 2011 -- An international team of researchers has identified four genetic variants common to celiac disease and Crohn?s disease. The research may help to explain why people who have celiac disease appear to have a higher rate of Crohn?s disease than the general population. It may one day lea

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    3. Ulcerative Colitis: Starting a Food Diary

      Diet alone doesn't cause ulcerative colitis or other inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), and avoiding certain foods won't cure these conditions. "But following a proper diet can help ease symptoms and promote healing," says David T. Rubin, MD, co-director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at t

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    4. Worm Eggs May Heal Ulcerative Colitis

      Dec. 1, 2010 -- It sounds made up, but it’s true. A California man successfully treated his inflammatory bowel disease by self-medicating with parasitic worm eggs. Now researchers at New York University say that by studying the man they have gained new insights into how worms promote intestinal heal

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    5. Broccoli, Plantains May Stop Crohn's Disease Relapse

      Aug. 25, 2010 -- Fibers from broccoli and plantain plants may block a key stage in the development of Crohn’s disease, a new study finds. Crohn’s is an inflammatory bowel disorder that affects about seven of every 100,000 people in North America. Researchers in Europe tested soluble fibers from broc

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    6. Olive Oil May Protect Against Ulcerative Colitis

      May 5, 2010 -- Two or three tablespoons a day of olive oil may help protect against ulcerative colitis, preliminary research suggests. In a new study, people with the highest consumption of oleic acid -- a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid found in olive oil, peanut oil, and grapeseed oil, as well

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    7. IBD May Raise Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

      May 5, 2010 -- People with inflammatory bowel disease -- especially men and those with ulcerative colitis -- may be at increased risk for developing pancreatic cancer, preliminary research suggests. Up to 1 million Americans have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD); the main types are ulcerative coliti

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    8. Combination Therapy Treats Crohn's Disease

      April 14, 2010 -- Patients with moderate to severe Crohn's disease are most likely to get better if treated with a combination of biologic and immune-suppressing therapies, a clinical trial suggests. It's a "landmark trial," says gastroenterologist David Kerman, MD, assistant professor of clinical m

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    9. Dating and Relationships With Ulcerative Colitis

      One of the upsides of college: all that new freedom! One of the downsides of college for people with UC: all that freedom! With it come the pressures of dating and the social scene. It’s true that dating and getting into relationships can be more complicated when you have an inflammatory bowel disea

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    10. Ulcerative Colitis: Avoiding the Temptations of College Life

      If college is the first time that you're living away from home, it's probably also the first time you're completely in charge of managing your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). To keep your ulcerative colitis symptoms at bay, you'll want to live healthily, which can sometimes be at odds with the "ty

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