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Living an Active and Healthy Life With an Ostomy

Living with an ostomy can present many challenges. There’s the emptying and changing of your ostomy bag, navigating travel, and building a circle of support. We’ve already covered these topics in a previous blog post, which may be more helpful…

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Is IBS Keeping You Up At Night?

Is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) keeping you up at night?  Research suggests that IBS is associated with sleep disturbances and those with IBS may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. Let’s unpack the reasons why IBS may be disturbing…

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3 Tips to Help You Balance Work and IBD

Do you dread going to work because of your IBD? Maybe you are sick of making up excuses for missing work due to a flare. Or perhaps you are worried that if you leave early for one more “dentist appointment”…

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Exercise and IBD: What You Should Know

If you have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which includes Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC), you are likely willing to think outside the box to help manage your condition. According to David A. Schwartz, MD, Gastroenterologist and Director of…

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5 Tips for Navigating Life with an Ostomy

An ostomy bag is a pouch on the outside of the body that’s used to collect stool or urine. In this article, we are going to focus on living with a stool-collecting ostomy, with the most common types being colostomies…

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