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Inflammatory bowel disease may be linked to heart disease|
Date: 2013-10-16 15:35:32
New research from the Mayo Clinic has found that there may be a connection between those diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease and an increased chance of heart disease. Though the study was not able to pinpoint why exactly the two conditions were related, there was a distinct correlation between the two diseases.
New connections found in the study...
New understanding could improve fight against Crohn's disease|
Date: 2013-10-06 13:58:45
A new breakthrough in studying Crohn's disease may be able to provide the starting point for better treatments for the autoimmune disorder. Prior to the current research, the origin of Crohn's disease was fairly mysterious, but now that an understanding has been gained, new treatments may be developed.
The origins of Crohn's disease...
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