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Guts4Life - The home of IBD information and support - Welcome to Guts4Life, an international service for people outside the US concerned about inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

  • http://www.guts4life.com/worried-about-bowel-problems Worried about bowel problems? - Do you you have constipation, diarrhea or pain in the stomach? Find out if your symptoms are similar to those of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • http://www.guts4life.com/learn-about-ibd Learn about the causes, symptoms and complications of inflammatory bowel disease - Do you think you may have inflammatory bowel disease? Learn all you need to know about the causes, symptoms and treatments of IBD, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
  • http://www.guts4life.com/managing-your-ibd Managing your IBD | Guts4Life - There is no medical cure for either ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease. But there are ways to help manage the disease and control it to prevent flare-ups and complications. These are:Diet Lifestyle Medication and possibly surgeryTry our IBD Wellbeing Tool to keep track on how well you’re managing your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Answer a few simple questions and receive:
  • http://www.guts4life.com/living-with-ibd Living with inflammatory bowel disease – effects on relationships, diet and coping with IBD - Find out what effect ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease (or inflammatory bowel disease) may have on your lifestyle. Learn about how to cope, manage your diet and the effects on your relationships and intimacy
  • http://www.guts4life.com/learn-about-ibd/spotlight-on-colorectal-cancer Spotlight on… Colorectal cancer | Guts4Life - Did you know screening for colorectal cancer is important for people with IBD?1Why?Chronic inflammation of the colon is linked to a slight increase in the risk of developing colorectal cancer.2
  • http://www.guts4life.com/worried-about-bowel-problems/symptom-checker Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symptom Checker - Do you have bowel problems? Find out if your symptoms are similar to those of inflammatory bowel disease: ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease
  • http://www.guts4life.com/worried-about-bowel-problems/preparing-for-dr-visit Preparing for a visit to the doctor to discuss bowel problems - How to prepare for a visit to the doctor to talk about constipation, diarrhea or stomach pain or if you think you might have IBD
  • http://www.guts4life.com/learn-about-ibd/what-is-ulcerative-colitis Learn about the causes, symptoms and complications of ulcerative colitis - Pain in the stomach, diarrhea and constipation. Do you think you may have inflammatory bowel disease? Learn all you need to know about the causes, symptoms of IBD and ulcerative colitis
  • http://www.guts4life.com/learn-about-ibd/what-is-crohns-disease Learn about the causes, symptoms and complications of Crohn’s disease - Pain in the stomach, diarrhoea and constipation. Do you think you may have inflammatory bowel disease? Learn all you need to know about the causes and symptoms of Crohn’s disease and IBD.
  • http://www.guts4life.com/living-with-ibd/ibd-and-you How ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease (IBD) might affect your personal life and how to manage your symptoms - Are you living with inflammatory bowel disease? Learn about how to cope with ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, deal with practical issues and deal with your symptoms
  • http://www.guts4life.com/managing-your-ibd/ibd-wellbeing-tool Help to Better Manage Your Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) - This tool has been designed to help you to see how well you are managing your IBD, and will provide suggestions of how you can better help yourself.
  • http://www.guts4life.com/living-with-ibd/ibd-and-work/ibd-work-planner IBD Work Planner Tool - Are you struggling to cope with working and inflammatory bowel disease. Find out how you and your employer can work together to help you manage your IBD at work.
  • http://www.guts4life.com/living-with-ibd/ibd-and-work/employing-people-with-IBD Employing someone with inflammatory bowel disease - Employing staff with inflammatory bowel disease? Read our ‘win win guide to employing someone with IBD’ to find out how to support a member of staff with either ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease
  • http://www.guts4life.com/living-with-ibd/ibd-and-you/information-for-caregivers Caring for children, friends and family members with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) - Do you have a child, friend or family member with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) – Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis? Find out about ways to better help and support them.
  • http://www.guts4life.com/feedback Help us enhance Guts4Life in the future - Complete this simple questionnaire, it should take no more than 10 minutes of your time - no personal information is requested, and all of your responses are completely anonymous.
  • http://www.guts4life.com/worried-about-bowel-problems/useful-links Useful links to IBD organisations - A variety of useful links to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patient organisations and other resources to learn more about

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  • Mrs,H - Smells like alcohol, shake well

    Okay, bought biosilk after hearing alot of good things about it. Was so excited to use it to do a blow out and press on my kinky coiled african american hair. First, let me disclaim that my hair, although kinky, presses fairly easily, but I wanted to get a bone straight press which is why I was trying something a little different. Anyway, when I opened the bottle and began using it, it seemed like water which confused me because I though it was supposed to be a serum. Still I kept applying it to my hair and blow-dried it. My hair seemed so dry and brittle. I also noticed that the fluid smelled like straight rubbing alcohol, but I still continued to apply it to the sections of my hair before blow-drying them. For some reason I decided to shake the bottle up to see if maybe I would get a different consistency and sure enough after I did, the fluid became a serum. All in all I don't know if this product did anything special for my hair-- it did not create a good straight press, it did not seem to leave my hair particularly moisturized either. In conclusion, I think anyone considering purchasing this item should first look at the other reviewers who swear that this product is nothing like the biosilk purchased in salons or in other stores. I looked at their reviews after purchasing, but my experience with this product were pretty much the same.

  • University Doc - Starts out great then slows down, but entertaining anyway....

    I looked forward to seeing this film before it was released on DVD. When it begins you wonder where it is going, but once the action starts that is when the film really begins. It starts off with a bang at that time, then, unfortunately slows down, but it is entertaining just the same. The best reason to enjoy it, and also to be afraid of it is that it can happen. Enjoyable. If you're into disaster films, you'll enjoy this one. Either way, it is worth a look. The special effects are mesmerizing to see, especially when you see an aircraft carrier wash shore.

  • djholmez64 - Perfect replacment

    Replaced on my 2007 4runner which had a melted one due to a rubber defect and the heat over the years. Best $40 ive spent so far this year! Was quoted $300 at the dealership and $180 at a local shop, took my about 45 mins to do it myself!

  • Dave Hall - Fits good, buttons are nice

    Not a sure grip as advertised. This case is almost as slippery as a bare iPhone. Fits good, buttons are nice, but not "grippy".

  • Amazon Customer - Fun hunting game

    I bought this for my video gamer husband who also likes to hunt. It has been a fun game for him relieve stress and unwind after a long day of school and studying. I do not think this game is appropriate for kids.

  • Paul Heinemann - good product

    This product worked as advertised. We get mildew on the vinyl siding on the NW side of our house. After I first sprayed the siding, the siding got mottled and actually looked worse, but I think that was the remover bringing the mildew to the surface. Within two weeks of applying the product, the mildew was completely gone (a couple of good rains helped). I definitely recommend this product.