Celiac.comCeliac disease showing up in many forms and at all ages
(Reuters Health) – A classical set of celiac disease symptoms no longer reflects the profile of most newly-diagnosed patients, according to a new study from Italy. Instead, doctors need to take other symptoms into account and consider the possibility ...
Introducing Gluten to Your Infant
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Medical DailySales of Gluten-Free Foods Surge Almost 70 Percent, Despite No Increase in ...
Sales of gluten-free foods have surged 68 percent in the last two years, according to a new study – even though other studies have shown that only 1 percent of the U.S. population actually has celiac disease. Still, more and more Americans are ...
Gluten-Free Diet Does Not Make You Healthier: Only People With Celiac ...
Gluten-free diets not without risk, consumer reports says
Will a gluten-free diet really make you healthier?
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Medical DailyGluten Isn't Celiac Disease's Only Trigger: A New Understanding Of Non-Gluten ...
Researchers and scientists from Columbia University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture decided to investigate the remainder 25 percent of wheat protein in order to see if it does an equal disservice to celiac patients. They screened serum samples ...
Celiac disease triggers may include non-gluten proteins
Medical News Today
Here are the top 5 things you need to know about celiac disease
Gluten Not the Only Celiac Disease Culprit: Study
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- No increased risk of cancer death with celiac disease
When people with celiac disease, a hereditary condition, eat gluten from rye, wheat and barley, their immune systems respond by damaging the small intestine. As many as two million Americans may have the condition, according to the U.S. Department of ...
Celiac disease 'not as dangerous as previously thought'
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- People with celiac disease more likely to fracture bones
(Reuters Health) - People diagnosed with celiac disease are almost twice as likely as those without it to break a bone, according to a new review of the evidence. More studies are needed, though, to see if people whose celiac hasn't been diagnosed yet ...
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Springfield News-LeaderCeliac disease: 'A constant war with food and me'
The 33-year-old Springfield woman has celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder where ingesting gluten would damage her small intestine and cause a host of other debilitating symptoms. Gluten is the major protein found in wheat, barley and rye that gives ...
eMaxHealthCeliac Later in Life: Can You Become Gluten Intolerant?
Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition that tends to run in families. People with celiac can't tolerate gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). In these people, gluten damages the part ...
Researchers work on new celiac disease medications
Celiac Disease Researchers Say Oats May Be Bad As Well
New research may help develop drug for celiac disease
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MLive.comFlint woman leads the Genesee County fight against celiac disease, now in ...
Margaret Clegg, president of the Mid Michigan Celiac Support Group, receives books to study and review for her blog, where she helps others with celiac disease or food allergies with advice on guiding through the confusing life difficulties. Tommy ...
- Fellow Celiacs: Are You Drinking Your Gluten?
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
As a dietitian who both counsels patients with newly-diagnosed celiac disease and personally follows a strict gluten-free diet as the result of my own autoimmune shortcomings, I spend a lot of time scrutinizing diets for traces of unexpected gluten. My ...
- Cheapen gluten-free food for celiac patients, panel says
In addition, said Rahel Brodno of R.B. Grains, which imports food for celiac patients, the products are considered “sensitive,” so the Health Ministry requires extra tests that raise the prices. She proposed waiving such tests for products that have ...
eMaxHealthGluten-free gift ideas for celiac disease sufferers
Shopping during the holidays is already stressful, and finding gluten-free gifts safe for people with celiac disease adds another layer of worry. If you are trying to find the perfect present, then you may want to consider the following ideas. They are ...
- People's Pharmacy: Gastrointestinal distress may signal celiac disease
As a retired industrial hygienist, I take issue with your response to a question about aluminum and Alzheimer's disease. No link has been established between aluminum and dementia. Aluminum is the most abundant mineral in Earth's crust. If it caused ...
- Cambridge company recognized for potential Celiac-curing vaccine
Boston Business Journal (blog)
ImmusanT Inc., the Cambridge company that is developing a vaccine that would allow people with Celiac disease to eat gluten, has received some important recognition. Informa has named the company's drug one of the Top 10 ...
eMaxHealthCeliac disease connections to Elisabeth Hasselbeck's tumor scare
Elisabeth Hasselbeck has returned to “Fox and Friends” after having surgery to remove a tumor in her abdomen. The cohost is known for her battle against celiac disease and has documented her gluten-free diet in several books. Her surgery has raised ...
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eMaxHealthCeliac disease connected to bone fractures
A new study has found a connection between celiac disease and bone fractures. People who have the disorder are two times more likely to suffer a broken bone, and researchers believe they may understand why the numbers are higher. Malabsorption is a ...
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Celiac.comAncient Wheat Strains Trigger Adverse Reactions in People with Celiac Disease
They evaluated small intestinal gluten-specific T-cell lines generated from 13 celiac patients with wheat accessions by proliferation assays. They found that all strains of wheat they tested triggered a range of adverse responses, independent of ploidy ...
- Catholic bishops discuss celiac disease connection to communion
Celiac disease was one of the topics of discussion at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Maryland. The bishops voted to change the Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities, so people with celiac disease ...
eMaxHealthHoliday travel tips for people with celiac disease
The holiday season is often a difficult time for people with celiac disease because traveling while on a restricted diet has multiple challenges. From searching for gluten-free restaurants to avoiding contamination on flights, taking a trip requires ...
eMaxHealthGluten-free stuffing ideas safe for celiac disease
Stuffing is an essential part of the holiday meal, and there are gluten-free versions which are safe for people with celiac disease. Stuffing does not have to be made with dangerous gluten-containing ingredients. There are recipes to help you make it ...
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eMaxHealthCeliac disease linked to oat toxicity
People with celiac disease have frequently complained about having reactions to oats despite the lack of gluten in this grain. Although cross-contamination with the protein is often blamed for problems, a new study reveals that people with celiac ...
New clue in celiac disease puzzle: Cause of oat toxicity explained
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eMaxHealthNew gluten-free cereal from Nestlé is safe for celiac disease
Nestlé has released two new gluten-free cereals, and both are considered safe for celiac disease. The Nestlé Gluten Free Cornflakes and Gluten Free Honey Cornflakes are being distributed to multiple retailers. They have been certified gluten-free by ...
Should You Eat Gluten-Free Bread?
Does it even matter if gluten sensitivity is bogus?
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Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Unveils Video Campaign at 13th ...
Virtual Press Office (press release) Los Angeles Times- WROC-TV- Genetic Literacy Project all 14 news articles »
Celiac.comFood Industry Responding to Gluten-free Consumer Demand
The article points to a fast rising consumer demand for gluten-free products that began with sufferers of celiac disease, but has quickly grown to include large numbers of health conscious eaters, and which shows no sign of slowing down. They cite a ...
Celiac.comBone Fracture Risk Double for Celiac Disease Patients
Celiac.com 11/17/2014 - There is a large body of data that show that celiac disease is associated with metabolic bone disorders, such as low bone mineral density. However, it is unclear whether this translates into an association between celiac disease ...
Celiac.comThe National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Gets $2 Million for Research and ...
Celiac.com 11/13/2014 - An anonymous donor has made a $2 million dollar contribution to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). Photo: Wikimedia Commons--National Museum of American History The donation is the largest in the ...
VOXXIGluten-free not helping your celiac disease? This might be why
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where exposure to gluten protein causes the body to attack its own intestinal tract. Treatment for this condition has traditionally been the elimination of gluten–a protein found in wheat and other cereal grains ...
Gluten-free pie ideas for the holidays safe for celiac disease
LOCAL AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR PUBLISHES CHILDREN'S BOOK, "GLUTEN ...
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Celiac.comCan Ketogenic Low Carb and Gluten-free Diets Benefit People with Celiac and ...
Celiac.com 11/21/2014 - When most people think of celiac disease, they think about gastrointestinal symptoms. However, researchers have documented a number of other medical conditions that are associated with celiac disease, and which improve when ...
- Altered microbiota linked to GI symptoms in celiac patients on strict diet
Abnormal intestinal microbiota was associated with gastrointestinal symptoms that persisted in patients with celiac disease despite adhering to a long-term gluten-free diet, according to new research data.
- Celiac support group will meet
The Times (subscription)
A support group that provides information and support for anyone who must maintain a gluten-free diet, including those with celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, wheat allergies or gluten intolerance, meets on the second Tuesday of each month. The ...
- Celiac Disease Support Group to meet at Canton-Potsdam Hospital Nov. 24
North Country Now
POTSDAM -- Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Celiac Disease Support Group will meet Monday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in the second floor classroom on the hospital's main campus at 50 Leroy St. Members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend, ...
- New Celiac Disease Panel Offers Promising, New Diagnostic Tools To Aid ...
IBD News Today
celiac disease SQI Diagnostics Inc., a company that designs and commercializes technology for advanced microarray diagnostics, recently announced that the FDA has given approval for the commercialization of its product, a Celiac Panel, in the United ...
SQI Diagnostics gets US FDA nod to market Ig_plex Celiac DGP Panel in US
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- ImmusanT's Immunotherapy for Celiac Disease, Nexvax2, Selected as One of ...
Fort Mills Times
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — ImmusanT Inc., a company focused on restoring tolerance to gluten and overcoming the need for gluten-free diet in patients with celiac disease, today announced that its immunotherapy, Nexvax2, has been selected by Informa for its ...
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Celiac Disease Industry (6MM) 2023 Epidemiology Forecasts For 6 Major Markets - PR Newswire (press release)Celiac Disease Industry (6MM) 2023 Epidemiology Forecasts For 6 Major Markets
PR Newswire (press release)
RnRMarketResearch.com adds EpiCast Report: Celiac Disease - Epidemiology Forecast to 2023 research report that provide an overview of the risk factors, comorbidities, and the global and historical trends for celiac disease in the six major markets (6MM ...
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eMaxHealthPolana pierogi products recalled for gluten: Celiac disease alert
Several types of Polana pierogi products are being recalled because of undeclared allergens. The packaging for the pierogies did not include that they contained wheat, milk, soy and eggs. People with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities are being ...
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Celiac.comHow do Gluten Introduction, HLA Status Impact Celiac Disease Risk in Children?
Celiac.com 10/31/2014 - The relationship between the risk of celiac disease and both the age at which gluten is introduced to a child's diet and a child's early dietary pattern is unclear. Photo: Wikimedia Commons--David R. Tribble A team of ...
Celiac.comDoes Timing of First Gluten in Infants Lower Celiac Disease Risk?
Celiac.com 11/03/2014 - Some data have suggested that introducing gluten to infants at 4 to 6 months of age can help to lower the risk of celiac disease. To get a clearer picture of any potential benefits of introducing gluten within this time period ...
TIMEHere's What You Should Know About Going Gluten-Free
The explosion, which analysts predict will continue, has been both great and not so great for the roughly 1% of people who have celiac disease. The rise has also been driven by some misconceptions among people who don't need to avoid gluten at all.
KCURThe gluten-free marketing bandwagon
"What's happened is that many people have decided that they need to avoid gluten without having been tested to see if they really have celiac disease,” said Bonnie Liebman, director of nutrition at the non-profit Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Giving up gluten more than just a fad
What's Behind The Gluten-Free 'Obsession'?
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New drugs could drive celiac disease market to over $550 million by 2023, says ... - The Pharma LetterNew drugs could drive celiac disease market to over $550 million by 2023, says ...
The Pharma Letter
The launches of Alba/Teva Pharmaceutical Industries' (NYSE: TEVA) larazotide acetate and Alvine/AbbVie's (NYSE: ABBV) latiglutenase for treating celiac disease could drive sales in the USA and five major European markets (5EU: Germany, France, Spain, ...
- Study finds no connection between breast feeding and celiac disease.
The research, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, also debunked another widely held misperception that delaying the introduction of a protein found in wheat called gluten to an infant's diet will help prevent celiac disease. The study ...
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Wisconsin Rapids TribuneDining together is focus of Celiac support group
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Lori Cesare, a Riverview Medical Center registered dietetic technician with many years of experience educating patients about gluten-free diets, and Jean Lobner, a celiac Support Group member, lead the group,which meets the third Tuesday of every month ...
- SQI Diagnostics gets FDA clearance to market Celiac Panel in the US
SQI Diagnostics Inc. (the "Company" or "SQI Diagnostics") (TSX-V: SQD) (OTCQX: SQIDF) today announced that it has received notice that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Company to market its proprietary Celiac Panel ...
SQI DIAGNOSTICS Receives FDA Clearance for its Ig_plex Celiac DGP Panel ...
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Tech TimesGluten-free Diet Isn't Always Healthy: Here's the Hidden Risks
Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Celiac Research director Alessio Fasano, however, pointed out that there's a limited amount of research to support claims of the health benefits of adopting a gluten-free diet such as improved digestion ...
- Study: Gluten isn't only culprit in celiac disease
Monroe News Star
It's known that gluten – found in wheat, rye and barley – is the cause of health problems in people with celiac disease. Now, new research suggests these folks may also react to non-gluten wheat proteins. The discovery could improve understanding of ...
eMaxHealthGluten linked to brain fog in celiac disease cases
A new study has found a direct link between brain fog and gluten consumption in people who have celiac disease. Researchers point out that patients have been complaining about cognitive impairment for years, and science is finally paying attention.
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The Journal News | LoHud.comWhy bread may be giving you stomach trouble
The Journal News | LoHud.com
There are people who have symptoms that overlap with celiac disease, but when you test them — by doing blood tests, or with an endoscopy and biopsy — there's no evidence of celiac disease. And they respond to a gluten-free diet. So it's gluten ...
Vail Daily Health feature: Giving up gluten — good or bad idea?
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Life after a gluten intolerance diagnosis
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eMaxHealthCeliac disease tips for handling gluten on Thanksgiving
The Thanksgiving meal is the perfect time to reconnect with family and friends, but it can be a nightmare for people with celiac disease. Cross-contamination and food filled with gluten are frequent problems experienced during the holiday. The ...
Gluten: Here, There and Everywhere
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Celiac.comFood Banks Face Challenges in Meeting Gluten-free Needs
About one-percent of Americans, or about 3.5 million people suffer from celiac disease. Assuming these folks use food banks at the same rate as other Americans, then, at any given time, one in seven, or about 500,000 of them will rely on food banks for ...
Pioneer NewsPublic Misunderstanding of Celiac Disease
Celiac disease can be real big pain, literally. Try to eat anything with a substantial amount of gluten in it and the stomach cramping will begin and will last for a considerable amount of time. Studies into Celiac disease has led to the realization ...
Celiac.comTwo-Thirds of Celiac Patients Show Full Histological Recovery After 1-Year on ...
Celiac.com 11/24/2014 - Following a strict gluten-free diet is the only way to treat celiac disease. However, researchers have been lacking clear agreement on how and when to assess gluten-free dietary adherence in celiac patients or how to determine ...
QuartzThink you might be sensitive to gluten? Here's the first thing you shouldn't do.
That wouldn't be a problem for most people, but if you are among the roughly 1.4 million Americans with undiagnosed Celiac disease, a potentially dangerous auto-immune disease necessitating gluten avoidance, continuing to ingest even the tiniest bit of ...
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