The title should have read, ?Crohn?s Disease Surges 300%! Figures show the number of 16 to 29-year-olds receiving treatment in England for Crohn?s disease rose by almost 300% between 2003-4 and 2012-13.
?The number of young people admitted to hospital with serious bowel problems has soared in the past decade, and experts have warned that junk food and antibiotics may be to blame? writes Adam Withnall for the UK Independent. Notice the mention of the words ?may be.? In the medical world, things are never certain and certainly, they are never complete. In this case, junk food and antibiotics are on the list as is stress and emotional conflict.
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