In-depth

Stress can make symptoms of Crohn's disease worse. Learn how to decrease your stress and reduce your risk of stress-related flare-ups.

Engaging in physical activity when you have Crohn's disease can make your body stronger and healthier and may reduce some Crohn's disease symptoms.

Take steps to maintain a healthy diet while limiting foods that may trigger your Crohn's disease symptoms.

Connect with organizations, support groups and other resources that can help you cope with the challenges of Crohn's disease.

Has your doctor recommended a flexible sigmoidoscopy exam? Here's what you need to know about preparation and the exam itself.

Abdominal pain

Find out what causes different types of abdominal pain.

Acupuncture

Find out how acupuncture works, who should avoid it and what conditions it can treat.

Bone health tips

Wondering how to keep your bones strong and healthy? Follow these tips to take care of your bones.

Capsule endoscopy

Find out how doctors use a tiny camera within a pill to see hard-to-reach parts of your digestive tract.

CT scan

A CT scan is an imaging test that uses X-rays to produce detailed images of the inside of your body.

Diarrhea

Here's information about common causes of diarrhea and when to see your doctor.

Dietary fiber

Eat more fiber. You've probably heard it before. But do you know why fiber is so good for your health?

Exercise benefits

Want to improve your mood? Get better sleep? Lose weight? It may be as easy as including physical activity in your daily routine.

Fatigue

Fatigue can signal many things. Here are some tips to help you decipher why you're wiped out and to regain your energy.

Meditation

Stressed out? Try meditation. Learn easy, quick techniques that you can use at work, waiting in line or virtually anywhere.

MRI

MRI uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within your body.

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