Monthly Archives: April, 2016

IBS Awareness Month 2016: How Far We Have Come and Have Left to Go

by Nina Pan, IBS Impact founder and primary blogger for IBS Impact. Three years ago, on April 24, 2013, I wrote a post for IBS Awareness Month that began with some reflections on my personal experiences with IBS, as well as my motivations for IBS Impact. At that time, I had been living with IBS for …

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Guest Post: Let’s Work Together to Manage IBS

IBS Impact is pleased to welcome a guest blogger this week for IBS Awareness Month. We thank him for his time and important insights. Jon S. has IBS and lives in the United Kingdom. He has a degree in biochemistry and now works as an analyst in the tech sector. In his spare time, Jon follows …

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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month 2016

April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. IBS affects, depending on the source, at least 25 million and perhaps up to 58 million women, men and children in the United States and anywhere from 9-23% of the population in different countries on every continent of the world.  In the U.S, this prevalence exceeds that of diabetes, chronic …

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