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Patients and their doctors are calling for better care for a hidden but debilitating condition that hits young people and extremely hard.
Research suggests exposure to sunshine could explain the huge discrepancy between South Island and North Island children with bowel disease.
New Zealand has one of the highest incidences of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the world. What's it like living with Crohn's & Colitis, and what can be done to improve care? Audio
Wellington schoolgirl Nicole Thornton wants a law change so people with Crohn's and Colitis can use workplace toilets when they cannot find a public loo. Video
A Wainuiomata school girl is seeking a law change to make workplace toilets accessible to certain groups where there are no public restrooms. Video, Audio
The rate of a serious and incurable bowel disease that affects young people is now among the highest reported anywhere in the world in Canterbury. Audio
An Auckland policewoman's battle to remain on the beat with incurable bowel disease has earned her national recognition and a new role. Video, Audio
New research may improve the treatment of children and teenagers with acute flare-ups of debilitating and incurable Crohn's disease. Audio
Insight looks at the rising incidence of bowel disease, especially among teenagers Audio