ImproveCareNow Ibd


Exercise goes hand-in-hand with a healthy, balanced diet

In my first post I said that I wanted to write about my experience with foods that I eat as a vegetarian living with ulcerative colitis. For this post I felt like writing about something that's not food-related, but that I think goes hand-in-hand with a healthy, balanced diet. Today, I'm writing about exercise.


Episode 15 of the imPACt Podcast - Conference Preview

This week's imPACt podcast episode is all about the upcoming Fall 2021 ImproveCareNow Live Online Community Conference!


Fatigue, Sleep, and IBD - A Patient Perspective

In preparation for presenting a breakout session about Fatigue, Sleep, and IBD at the upcoming Live Online Community Conference (LOCC), Nour and I (Maha) have shared our own personal experiences with and perspectives on IBD-related fatigue.


PAC Moment: IBD, College & Routines

It’s back to school time! For me (Fionna), accommodations and communicating with my professors have been super helpful! Let’s see what PAC members have to say about managing IBD at college, and how it impacts their routines.


Episode 13 of the imPACt podcast - IBD and Arthritis

I’m Shira, one of the Advocacy Co-Leads for the PAC. Listen in as fellow PAC member, Caitlyn, and I talk with Pediatric Gastroenterologist Dr. Rachel Bensen and Pediatric Rheumatology Fellow Dr. Sara Patrizi about IBD Associated Arthritis.

 


No bones about it - Vitamin D & IBD

Getting enough vitamin D is especially important for growing kids, because it is involved in bone growth, bone density and bone strength, and in growth itself. Vitamin D also appears to have other health benefits.


I've stuck with rice throughout my IBD journey.

In this post, I decided to write about another staple of my diet: rice. As someone from southern India, my diet has always included rice, but it has become especially important as I have tried diets that limit gluten.


Episode 11 of the imPACt podcast - Transitioning to Adult Care

Episode 11 of the imPACt podcast brings together young adult PAC members and Dr. Michele Maddux, a clinical psychologist at Children’s Mercy Hospital, for a candid discussion about the many aspects of transitioning from pediatric to adult IBD care.


My goal is to eventually help other teens cope with IBD while also coping with mental issues

I'm Rachel, but go by Rach. I'm a 17-year-old rising senior in high school, and about to start a job at Panera Bread. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s in 2016 at age 13. Most people don't know that I love unicorns!! ♥


PAC Moment: IBD & Sun Safety

Sun safety is important for everyone, but if you are living with IBD (and taking certain medications) it may be even more important for you to protect your skin from the sun.


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