While there's no cure for Crohn's disease, there are things you can do to keep the disease in remission. Learn more about how to prevent flare-ups.
Learn what you can do to make life easier with Crohn's disease.
Crohn’s disease is a long-lasting disease that causes inflammation and sores along the lining of your digestive tract. Learn more about this condition and how it affects your body.
Looking for ways to make it through the day with Crohn’s? These lifestyle tweaks can help you better manage your life as you deal with your disease.
Living with Crohn’s disease affects all aspects of your life. One woman describes how it’s changed her interactions with others.
Take this quiz to see how much you know about preventing flares, eating healthy, and other aspects of managing Crohn's disease.
Genetics? Diet? What's to blame for your stomach pain?
Flexibility is the key to managing your schedules and social life. Here’s how one woman makes it work.
See how to get relief when your Crohn's flares. Find solutions for the pain of Crohn's disease, including medication and dietary suggestions.
So you've been diagnosed with Crohn's disease. You have some questions. We have some experts with some answers.
Crohn’s disease can cause complications affecting your bones, skin, joints, eyes, liver, kidneys, and blood. Learn what they are and what you can do about them.
Both of these inflammatory bowel diseases cause inflammation in your digestive tract , but what are the key differences between the two?
Being in an unfamiliar place with Crohn's can cause a lot of stress. Keep your cool with these tips.
Hear from people who live with, treat, and advocate for those with this digestive condition.
Symptoms such as weight loss and rashes can signal a IBD flare.
Learn how to stay connected as you navigate your life with Crohn’s.
When your symptoms get worse, that can be a sign that your Crohn's disease is getting more serious. Here are some warning signs.
If medications don't soothe your Crohn's, you may need surgery, from something simple to removing your colon.
The type of surgery needed depends on how severe your symptoms are. They start with removing an intestinal blockage and go from there.
Learn the warning signs of Crohn's complications. Get tips on dealing with joint pain, eye issues, and more.
What are biologic drugs? How do they control Crohn's disease?
See how biologics can keep Crohn’s in remission by targeting parts of your immune system.
Learn about drugs that reduce inflammation in Crohn's disease by targeting the immune system.
Is it OK to skip your medicine when you don't have symptoms? Learn what to do when you're tempted to take time off from treatment.
An ostomy bag can give you peace of mind when you have an inflammatory bowel disease. A gastroenterologist answers burning questions on getting used to the bag and finding a routine.
People with Crohn's disease seem to have a greater risk for heart disease. Learn why.
If you don't have any symptoms, does that mean you’re in remission? The answer is more complicated than you might think.
Which foods might make your Crohn’s symptoms worse -- or better? Find out more about Crohn’s disease and diet.
A well-rounded diet that includes these foods will help your digestive tract recover from a flare while giving your body the nutrients it needs.
Work with a professional to avoid trigger foods and keep your diet on track.
What is a low-residue diet? Can it help your inflammatory bowel disease?
If you have Crohn's disease, here are minerals and vitamins your body may need -- and how to get more of them.
Omega-3-rich salmon on a bed of cooked spinach leaves will satisfy your taste buds and keep Crohn's in check.
Whether your body needs nourishment while you fight a flare or you're in remission, this soup is a go-to comfort recipe.