Category Archives: Crohn’s research

Fatigue

I was up for several hours last night with gut problems so I’m a little out of sorts today. This got me thinking about how much I’ve been able to work in the last while. I made this chart showing … Continue reading

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Feeling anxious?

Some research has just come out of the University of Toronto showing that people with Crohn’s or colitis are two times more likely to have generalized anxiety disorder as people who don’t have inflammatory bowel disease. Here’s the link to … Continue reading

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More fodder for the hygiene hypothesis

An interesting study was released recently that shows that Yanomami tribespeople have more than double the diversity of gut bacteria as people who live in more sanitary environments. (Actual study here). According to the hygiene hypothesis, exposure to a range … Continue reading

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