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The IBS Network charity to hold 2nd UK conference Saturday 14th April 2018

‘Exploring the self-management of IBS’

Saturday 14 April 2018, Sheffield Hallam University, South Yorkshire

April is IBS Awareness Month Sunday 1st April 2018

Charity bringing IBS out of the closet, helping thousands of sufferers

Throughout April, The IBS Network national charity is running several initiatives to help overcome the stigma surrounding Irritable Bowel Syndrome, talk openly about the chro...

The IBS Network supporting thousands of IBS sufferers in the workplace Wednesday 21st February 2018

                 Health and Wellbeing at Work 2018, Stand 181

                         6-7 March 2018, NEC, Birmingham

FODMAPPED for you! enters the UK Monday 22nd January 2018

You may or may not have heard of the low-FODMAP diet, but if you’re thinking it’s just another fad, you couldn’t be more mistaken!

The low-FODMAP / restricted-FODMAP diet is a therapeutic diet which can help up to three quarters of people with Irritable Bowel Syndro...

FODMAPPED for you! enters the UK Thursday 4th January 2018

www.fodmapeasy.com

The IBS Network, the national charity which supports people living wi...

Take part in a study on IBS Tuesday 14th November 2017

This study will explore people’s experiences of living with IBS symptoms in day to day life - how IBS may affect routines, places you go, times in your day and your social relationships. I am looking for individuals who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) aged 18 or over, who live within...

Supporting Remember a Charity Week 2017 Monday 11th September 2017

For the second year, The IBS Network is taking part in Remember a Charity Week between 11 – 17 September 2017. Leaving a gift in Wills to The IBS Network makes a huge difference to the charity’s future work and the vital services it provides in helping support people living with Ir...

IBS support services at the Pharmacy Show Friday 4th August 2017

The IBS Network, the national charity which supports people living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), is exhibiting for the first time at this year’s Pharmacy Show in Birmingham.

IBS awareness month Saturday 1st April 2017

During IBS Awareness Month, The IBS Network charity supported the promotion of ASDA Pharmacy’s digestive health campaign nationwide. This was to provide easy-to-understand advice and tips that people can take away with them whilst they were in-store for their weekly shop...

MEDIA COVERAGE DURING IBS AWARENESS MONTH Saturday 1st April 2017

During IBS Awareness Month, The IBS Network charity supported the promotion of ASDA Pharmacy’s digestive health campaign nationwide. This was to provide easy-to-understand advice and tips that people can take away with them whilst they were in-store for their weekly shop...

New pound coin arrives today Tuesday 28th March 2017

From October 2017, your old pound coins will be obsolete. Don’t let them ponder in your purse, wait in your wallet, linger in your luggage, dawdle in your drawers, settle in your sofa, or wallow in your whisky bottle!

Why not do something worthwhile with them and donate to...

Promoting IBS Awareness Month in April Thursday 23rd March 2017

Throughout April, The IBS Network, the national charity that supports people living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, will be promoting IBS Awareness Month. By talking openly about this debilitating long-term condition, the charity aims to encourage more research, improve education and promote ef...

Collabro’s Thomas Redgrave named Charity Ambassador Thursday 9th March 2017

The IBS Network, the national charity that helps people living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is delighted to announce that Thomas Redgrave from the world’s most successful music theatre group, Collabro, has been named as its Ambassador.

Through raising awareness and shari...

Asda recognising that not all disabilities are visible Friday 12th August 2016

“We were delighted to see that Asda is leading the way in recognising that not all disabilities are visible. By introducing the new signs across their stores, customers will not question or cause embarrassment to people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and similar conditions, who nee...

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