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Is a 300% increase in Crohn's disease the result of our escalating exposure to wireless technologies? A question from Dr Andrew Goldsworthy, first published as a blog on StopSmartMeters July 2014
Could immunotherapy be helpful in Crohn's disease? April 2014
Living with Crohn's and coeliac disease. Caleigh is one of only 600 people in the UK with both conditions. She talks about the conditions and how she copes with them. April 2012
Interesting blog post from a colitis sufferer showing how following a particular diet (Speciifc Carbohydrate Diet in this case) may not be the whole answer, and how an elimination diet may be needed to add the final piece to the puzzle. July 2011
Infantile Crohn's relieved by whipworm. An account by a father of how whipworms have transformed his daughter's life. Febuary 2011
Crohn's Disease - The Effect Of Diet, Vitamin D, And More – by Dustin Rudoph
A productive battle with Crohn's disease: the story of Emer's battle with Crohn's disease told by her husband – Paul Mander-O'Beirne 2009
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Inflammation – not genetic susceptibility – drives the growth of intestinal bacteria and invasive E. coli linked to Crohn's disease. August 2012
Patients with Crohn's disease, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other gastrointestinal (GI) disorders may be exposed to significant doses of diagnostic radiation.March 2012
The Nutritional Immunology and Molecular Medicine Laboratory (NIMML) research team at Virginia Tech have discovered important new information on the efficacy of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in treating Crohn's disease. March 2012
Vitamin D helps asthma and Crohn’s disease
Stem cell treatment for Crohn's disease
Form of Crohn's disease traced to disabled gut cells
Crohn's, milk and gluten
Parasites and the hygiene hypothesis
Probiotics may benefit Crohn's disease patients
‘Camera pill’ helps identify Crohn’s disease in children
Relatives at risk of Crohn's?
Organic diet may benefit Crohn's disease patients
Crohn’s disease: a new approach
First Published Febuary 2005
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