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As a student reviewing this site I found it very informative. It clearly explains exactly what IBS is and medical research that is being done to help people that suffer from IBS. There is a bulletin board where questions and answers can be posted for further help on learning about IBS. The chat room also enhances the learning effectiveness of the site because the user can converse directly with IBS sufferers, doctors, or others who are interested in learning about IBS. Overall, I think this website would be a very effective teaching and learning tool for users
The website was easy to use and navigate through. There were no problems with finding the materials, even for a first time user.
11 years ago
Superior web site for individuals looking for information, suggestions, and support who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). This web site contains a chat room that is available 24 hours a day, which allows you to speak with professionals and other victims of IBS. The web site if full of information and is easy to navagiate through the site.