And by health, I mean mine, really, i.e. Crohn's.

I made a couple of pages way back when that I thought would be beneficial to people's learning about all things IBD-related; just with less medical jargon.

Crohn's posts will of course be part of my blog but the below is from a less time sensitive standpoint.

Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis can affect young people during their education, or as they become established in their career. Most sufferers can be maintained in remission for most of the time, and are able to lead a full working life. Unfortunately, some who have severe disease do not achieve their educational and career potential.

For further information you can visit a number of websites:
  1. Crohn's and Colitis UK
  2. NHS
  3. Wikipedia (if you trust what it says)'s_disease

  • "Foul Bowel: 101 Ways to Survive and Thrive with Crohn's disease" by John Bradley
The one and only book I have read to do with Crohn's. Totally made me reassess my situation and had some wonderful words of wisdom. For more information you can visit


If you're a fellow Crohnie, I'm sure you need no introduction...
  • Crohn's and Colitis UK (formerly NACC) are one of the best IBD charities out there
  • Me and IBD for Young People with IBD
    • Real stories, a blog and ways to get involved, plus much more, Me and IBD is a great resource for people aged 16-29
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