Short Gut Syndrome Patient, Family & Professional Support Groups


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7 Suggestions for Going Back to School

Back to school is an exciting time for any child. New teacher, new subjects, new classmates...
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13 Things to Pack in Your Hospital Go Bag

It's 2 A.M. and your child just woke up with a fever.You don't have a lot of time to pack...
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How the Intestine Works: Worms and Washing Machines

The function of the gastrointestinal tract is to get the nutrient molecules in our food into our body...
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Diaper Duty: treating and preventing SBS diaper rash

One of the most frequent questions asked in our support groups is how to treat the severe diaper rash...
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Tips for Managing Hospital Stays

Taking care of a new baby with unexpected medical needs can be so disheartening...
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Trick or Treating: How to Make Halloween Treats Less Scary

Just because your child is on a limited diet, it doesn't mean that they can't enjoy Halloween....
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Weaning Preparation for Children Fed by G-Tube

Infants and children with feeding and swallowing problems may need to receive some or all...
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