'Good' gut bacteria may solve Crohn's disease: study

MIAMI – Fixing the balance of gut bacteria by introducing a specific kind of “good” bug could help treat Crohn’s disease, a painful, inflammatory bowel condition that affects millions worldwide, researchers said Wednesday (Nov 15).

Symptoms of Crohn’s disease include frequent diarrhoea, fever, cramping, fatigue, rectal bleeding and unexplained weight loss.