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More than 1 million Americans are living with Crohn’s disease. Although there is no cure, there are some helpful things you can do to minimize your symptoms and feel your best. 


10 Holiday Survival Tips with Crohn's Disease

It's the most wonderful time of the year -- or is it? For Crohn's patients, a holiday party can be anything but jolly.
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Stepping Up Crohn's Treatment

There's no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to treating Crohn's, so it's important to find the treatment that works for you.
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4 Signs It May Be Time to Try Biologics for Crohn's Disease

Good news! Targeted therapy is now a realistic option for many patients with Crohn's disease.
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4 Risks of Not Treating Crohn's Disease

Letting Crohn's disease go untreated can lead to all kinds of complications.

Treatment for Crohn's Disease

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Treatment Options for Crohn's Disease

Treatment has come a long way for people with Crohn’s. A variety of medical and surgical methods are now available.

Managing Crohn's Disease

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7 Helpful Vitamins for People with Crohn's Disease

If you have Crohn's, you may need to add supplements to your diet.
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Managing Crohn's Takes Diligence

By planning ahead and working with support groups, you can lead a full life even if you have Crohn’s disease.

Having a Safe Pregnancy with Crohn's Disease

The good news is that most women with Crohn's disease have normal, healthy pregnancies. 

Must-Reads for Crohn's Disease

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Cooking With Crohn's Disease

Dining out when you have Crohn's can be difficult, but it's not as hard as you may think as long as you look for quality.
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The Crohn's Disease Diaries

Daily living with Crohn's disease can be a minefield. If you're struggling with the illness, you'll be heartened by these personal stories.

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