Dr Frank Sileo has a good approach to Crohns

If you don’t already know the name Dr. Frank Sileo, you soon will. A full-time child psychologist voted as one of New Jersey’s favorite kids’ doctors, dynamic public speaker, and author of three books, he maintains a successful track record of helping children all over the country deal with issues that they struggle with in a relatable way.


Aspirin Therapy: Safe for Sensitive Stomachs?

Doctors have suggested low-dose aspirin for some people to lower their risk of stroke and heart attack. Aspirin has “powerful anti-inflammatory benefits, and it interferes with blood clotting action. Dr Tracy Stevens, a cardiologist at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Mo. explains that 'a clot at the site of plaque rupture is what triggers a heart attack or stroke.'


Crohn's Disease and IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)

What's The Link Between IBD and Crohn's Disease ?

Sarah Jenkins in the article posted in says "Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a term used for a group of illnesses affecting the digestive system. With roughly one million sufferers in the United States, IBD is primarily composed of two disorders: Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis. "


Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis ... Alternative Cure

Two research studies evaluating dietary changes and complementary medicine for the treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBS) have been launched at Rush University Medical Center. Funded by the National Institute of Health, one study will look at the impact of mind/body medicine on patients suffering from Ulcerative Colitis (UC) and the other will assess how diet impacts patients with Crohn’s Disease.


Crohn's Disease and Acid Reflux

Does a GERD Pillow Really Work?

The National Institutes of Health reports that many patients are unsatisfied with conventional Crohn's Disease treatments for a variety of reasons and more than half of these people seek alternatives.

Symptoms of the disease are uncomfortable to live with and can greatly affect the quality of a person's life. As such, it is understandable that those who suffer from this condition would seek alternatives, especially when traditional therapies are often ineffective or cause unwanted side effects.


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