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Archive for the ‘Holidays’ Category

Seven Ways to Avoid Travelers’ Diarrhea

It’s finally time for vacation and you’ve planned the trip of a lifetime! You’ve got the perfect travel wardrobe, the perfect itinerary, and the perfect companions joining you (and yes, the perfect companion can be yourself if you’re stepping out for a solo holiday). This trip is to an exotic location, somewhere to jolt you…

You, Your Gut, and Jet Lag

It’s summertime! The travel bug is in the air. Maybe you’ve made travel plans already, now that the kids have finished the school year. Maybe you’ve been looking forward to a summer abroad program with your university. Or maybe you’re still deciding where exactly to go for the perfect summertime getaway. Travel across several time…

Sail through the Holidays with (and in spite of) IBD

All of the autumn leaves have been raked and bagged, the outdoor temperatures are falling, and there just might be some snow in time to grant your wish for a white Christmas. Carols play at every store, cheerful lights brighten houses, and yummy smells of our favorite holiday foods fill the air. There’s no mistaking…

September 13 is National Celiac Day!

We here at GastroIntestinal Healthcare want to give a shout out to all of our celiac patients on National Celiac Day. The U.S. Senate first recognized September 13 as National Celiac Day in 2011. They chose this date because it’s the birthday of Dr. Samuel Gee, a leading celiac researcher. Who is Dr. Gee? Samuel…

How to (Successfully) Vacation with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

You’ve got wanderlust and you’ve got it bad. You dream of fantastic adventures, plan them, but don’t ever go on them. Because the practical part of you knows that you also have inflammatory bowel disease and you’re scared to travel too far because of your disease. We have good news for you. With a little…

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