Liam Ruff, who has Crohn's disease
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Crohn's disease: Huge increase in hospital admittances

Doctors say that junk food and too many antibiotics could be a contributing factor in developing Crohn's disease.

The condition affects thousands of people - causing abdominal pain, fatigue and weight-loss.

Some 20,000 young people were admitted to hospital in England last year with Crohn's disease, a 300% rise in 10 years, figures suggest.

Declan Harvey reports.

  • 18 Jun 2014
  • From the section Health
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