crohns disease

The British magician – who tested positive for Covid-19 last month – said he was being "checked out" by medics after the flare-up.
"To face double discrimination really hits your confidence and makes you feel worthless."
We have to show people what it really means to live with invisible illnesses like Crohn’s if we want their support and understanding, writes Natalie-Amber Freegard
The number of people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) like Crohn's and colitis is increasing dramatically, studies have found. But what could be behind it?
"I know I’m allowed to use them, but people can be so cruel.”
'There’s a lot of ongoing side effects, which I’m still dealing with.'
I walked into the consultant’s room knowing I either had Crohn’s disease or cancer. The possible diagnoses echoing in my
  Back in April, the BBC screened an episode of Holby City about Crohn’s disease. The storyline followed a sufferer who had