Ulcerative Colitis Tips


One of the 15,000 ulcerative colitis folks using the site adds:
"Like many UCers I have spent many hours trawling the internet googling the condition and came across your website a few years ago. I read your ebook and really liked your honesty and humour. As everyone says your positivity is so encouraging and now this is my go to website when I'm thinking about UC. Thankfully my symptoms are pretty much under control at the moment but just wanted to say thanks." Kate

Author Archive | Adam

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Summer of 2017 & My Colitis Update

Hi everybody and thank you for following the website. I hope that everyone is finding some time to enjoy yourselves in a specially take part in some relaxation during the summer months. As many of you know I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis back in October 2008. At the time, my disease was extremely severe […]

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Finding Clinical Trials for Ulcerative Colitis

Hopefully you can see pretty easily that there are hundreds and hundreds of clinical trials taking place at any point in time with regards to ulcerative colitis, and although all of them might not be interesting for you, certainly there will be a few that are right up your alley. Also, definitely realize that many […]

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How Are Your Logs?

Ladies and Gentlemen, How are you doing this Sunday? I don’t usually come home from an extended weekend trip and make up a smoothie, take the clothes out of the suitcase(actually…big thx to Misa for doing this tonight(and most nights:)), put on some comfortable clothes and get on the computer ripping out a story on […]

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An App for Ulcerative Colitis Self-Care – Finally!

Hey all you UC’ers, I’m pleased to tell you about a free app that I recently learned about, called IBD Health Storylines. It is specifically designed for individuals diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and IBD, created with inputs from the patient community. This app makes it easy to record your bowel activity, food triggers, moods and […]

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