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Tag Archives: Ulcerative Colitis
New research has revealed that a genetically tweaked version of a common probiotic found in yogurt and cheese may be an effective treatment for Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis and may even cure them. The research also suggests that probiotics may … Continue reading
In recent times, the case study has been sidelined by medical science in favour of the clinical trial, but the former can still be a valuable source of knowledge, as is demonstrated by this case study of a man with … Continue reading
If a study recently conducted in Northern California is any indication, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is on the increase. The study found a sharp rise in cases of ulcerative colitis in children, with rates increasing nearly three-fold in the ten … Continue reading
A common bacterium found in the mouths of 1 in 20 healthy individuals may offer probiotic potential against upper respiratory tract infections. In a recent study, two strains of Streptococcus salivarius were found to be able to bind to human … Continue reading
For some time, the small intestine-dwelling hookworm, Necator americanus has proved remarkably effective in the treatment of Crohn’s disease, without any long-term side effects. However, people with ulcerative colitis have found hookworm to be less effective in treating this disease … Continue reading
A diet rich in oleic acid, which is present in olive oil, has been linked to a reduced risk of developing ulcerative colitis. Oleic acid is a monounsaturated fatty acid found in peanut oil, grapeseed oil, butter and certain margarines, … Continue reading
Reading the information on the development of the hookworm vaccine may fill most readers with the warm glow that comes from the belief that yet another medical milestone is about to be passed en route to a disease-free world. My … Continue reading
Insulin-producing beta cells can be ‘reborn’. This article outlines groundbreaking research showing that pancreatic alpha cells are capable of changing naturally and spontaneously into insulin-producing beta cells. After creating an artificial form of type 1 diabetes in mice by destroying … Continue reading
While taking an antibiotic can, in some circumstances, be a life-saving intervention, it will also inevitably lay waste vast numbers of indigenous intestinal microorganisms – a loss from which we may only slowly, and possibly never completely recover, as less … Continue reading
A new study adds further evidence that intestinal worms can have a beneficial effect on Inflammatory Bowel Disease by showing that treatment with worm proteins reduces intestinal inflammation and normalizes disturbances in gastrointestinal motility in mice with induced colitis. The … Continue reading