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University of Maryland Global Campus Crohn Disease Discussion

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I’m working on a English exercise and need support.

Digestive disorders are nothing new. As long as humans have consumed food, there have been problems with digestion. Now think about how human nutrition has changed over time and across geographical locations.

TASK:

Identify a digestive disorder that is closely linked to a particular time or place.

For example, a lower incidence of colorectal cancer has been documented in parts of the world where the local diet consists primarily of fresh fruits and vegetables with low consumption of cooked red meat. (Note: colorectal cancer is an example—please do not use this disorder in your discussion.)

CONTENT:

Discuss the causes and symptoms of your chosen disorder and possible treatment options.

Include information on the role of diet in mitigating or treating symptoms of the disorder.

Cite at least two sources in your response. These can include sources in our LEO course.


Link https://learn.umuc.edu/d2l/le/520478/discussions/topics/2918549/View?filters=unread

this is a discussion question.

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CROHN’S DISEASE

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Crohn’s Disease
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation

CROHN’S DISEASE

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Crohn’s disease was discovered in 1932. The disease is categorized under inflammatory
bowel diseases (IBD), explicitly causing irritation and inflammation to the gastrointestinal
digestive tract (AbbVie, 2016). Moreover, it is located in the small intestine and opening of the
large intestine, where they link at the colon; however, it can be located in any region of the
gastrointestinal tract, which starts from the mouth ...

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