Biologics target proteins in the immune system that cause the inflammation underlying Crohn's disease. Here's what you can expect when starting this treatment.
Do you need to up your self-care game when it comes to managing Crohn's disease? Find out with our handy quiz.
Dana Silvestri, a certified holistic nutritionist who lives with Crohn's disease, shares some gut-friendly recipes.
A liquid diet can help — and heal — your gut through a Crohn's flare.
Use these techniques to get a handle on stress before it flares up your Crohn's symptoms.
Exercising with Crohn's can be tough. Here are some ways to get that workout in even when you don't feel your best.
Get your chef's hat on for these six Crohn's disease-friendly recipes.
Social media pro Natalie Suppes shares her journey to becoming the "boss CEO" of her dreams while managing Crohn's disease.
Being aware of symptoms outside the GI tract can help you tackle Crohn's disease and manage your symptoms as needed.
Here’s everything you should brush up on (no pun intended) about the connection between Crohn’s disease and oral health.
Tips for what to pack in your bag on your next trip when you're living with Crohn's disease.
This type of IBD could be to blame.
Here's the fecal facts.
There’s no specific Crohn’s diet, but these guidelines will help you avoid trigger foods and provide the nutrition you need so you can still live deliciously.
It's been a wild ride, but I wouldn't trade it for the world.
We know probiotics can have a positive effect on your health. But how does messing with the gut microbiome affect people with Crohn’s?
Crohn’s disease symptoms in women can appear in all sorts of ways. Here’s what you should know.
During a flare-up, Crohn’s can kick your (literal) butt. Here’s how to tame the beast in your gut when symptoms act up.
For those with Crohn’s disease, abnormal stools tend to be especially common, especially during a flare.
If you’re living with Crohn’s and want to know how to get your buzz on without inflaming the ol’ bowels, we’ve got your back.
Symptoms like abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, and lesions in some pretty sensitive areas make the condition one of the crappiest GI illnesses. But is it actually going to take years off your life expectancy?
Some folks might experience sensitivity to light during a flare-up. But can your gut actually mess with your vision?
It’s no secret that Crohn’s disease can be a major pain for your bowels — but it can also cause symptoms in areas outside the digestive tract. Another common side effect of Crohn’s is mouth ulcers (aka canker sores).
So while some folks preach low carb and others swear by plant-based diets, those might not work for you.