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What you need to know about IBD and vitamin D deficiency  

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Spring is finally here – which is good news for our vitamin D levels!While we can get some vitamin D through our diets, most of it comes from exposure to sunlight. But in the UK, from October to March, sunlight doesn’t contain enough UVB for this to happen, which is why vitamin D deficiency is Read More

The Top 5 Common Digestive Conditions Explained (Part One)

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It’s not something anyone wants to discuss, but having gastrointestinal problems is an increasingly common complaint. People needn’t suffer in silence, especially as some of these complaints can become a serious health issue if not addressed properly. At Gastro London, we’ve put together a blog series that will look into the top five digestive health Read More

The best approach to infliximab use in Crohn’s disease

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Many people with Crohn’s disease now use infliximab to keep their illness under control. It is now widely recognised that this is a better approach than using steroids to induce remission. Steroids such as prednisolone cannot be used long-term as they have extensive side-effects. Although infliximab does have some long-term side-effects, these are unusual and Read More