Everyday Living

Although Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis are serious, chronic conditions, most patients lead happy, fulfilling lives. Share how you make the most of your life—from time spent at home, out with friends, or away on travel. Scroll down to look for your topic of interest, or create your own.

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