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News and Features Related to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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 dise

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  4. UC and Pregnancy: Eating Well to Gain the Right Amount of Weight

    Getting the right balance of nutrients is always important when you have ulcerative colitis. But when you're pregnant and have UC, getting a well-balanced diet is absolutely essential to ensure that your baby has enough nutrition to grow and thrive. Gastrointestinal woes can be an everyday occurrenc

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  5. Genes Yield Clues to Ulcerative Colitis

    March 19, 2010 -- Fifteen newly identified genes may offer a better understanding of the cause of ulcerative colitis and its ties to Crohn’s disease. Two new studies involving more than 23,000 people bring the total number of genes associated with the painful disorder to nearly 30 and show at least

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  6. IBD Flare-ups May Increase Blood Clot Risk

    Feb. 9, 2010 -- Non-hospitalized patients with a flare-up of inflammatory bowel disease are 16 times more likely to develop potentially life-threatening blood clots as people without the bowel disorder, new research reveals. While the risk is still quite small for individuals with Crohn's disease an

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  7. Gene Mutations Linked to IBD in Children

    Nov. 19, 2009 -- Rare genetic mutations may trigger inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in young children. A new study shows genetic mutations affecting the interleukin-10 receptor are associated with severe early-onset IBD in children; a stem cell transplant was successful in putting the disease into

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  8. 5 Genetic Regions Tied to Childhood IBD

    Nov. 16, 2009 -- Five newly identified genetic regions may help explain how childhood inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) develops. A new study shows at least one of the five new gene regions associated with childhood IBD is directly involved in the biological process that causes the painful inflammati

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  9. Probiotics May Help Treat IBD Symptoms

    Oct. 29, 2009 -- A natural probiotic therapy may offer a new treatment option to ease symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease and promote the body's own healing process. Up to 1 million people in the U.S. have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD); the main types are ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease

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  10. Gene Variant Raises Crohn's Disease Risk

    Sept. 28, 2009 - A gene variant common in whites is linked to Crohn's disease, an intriguing new study suggests. Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In IBD, the delicate balance of the gut ecosystem is disrupted by an excessive inflammatory immune response. People who carry the g

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