10 Probable Causes of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Smoking affects IBDs in different ways. Those who currently smoke are more at risk of contracting Crohn's disease, and smoking exacerbates the symptoms, whereas smokers who quit are more susceptible to ulcerative colitis. Read how Crohn's disease relapses are strongly tied to tobacco smoking.
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