People Living in a Rural Area Less Likely to Develop Bowel Disease, Study Finds

People Living in a Rural Area Less Likely to Develop Bowel Disease, Study Finds
Living in a rural area decreases a person’s risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease, particularly for children and teenagers, a Canadian study reports. The findings are of particular interest to Canada because the country has one of the world’s highest rates of IBD. Those who took part in the research were from the Children’s Hospital of

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2 comments

  1. mildred blanchard says:

    many studies say that humans should not be drinking cows milk or any other animal. plus cows are given antibiots and are raised in diplorible conditions. our diets should be plant based. have they studyied diet in patients wirh IBD? I have a son age 35 now who was diagnosed with UC 24 years ago.

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