New York Daily NewsCeliac disease linked to miscarriages and preterm deliveries
While there are many more common causes of pregnancy complications, women who don't know why they can't conceive or carry a baby to term should find out if they have celiac disease, said lead study author Dr. Stephanie Moleski, a researcher at Thomas ...
Celiac disease tied to miscarriages and preterm deliveries: study
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HealthlineIs Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity a Real Thing?
While celiac affects just 1 in 133 Americans, more than 10 times as many people shun bread, baked goods, crackers, and soy sauce for the gluten they contain. A quarter of all Americans said in a recent food industry survey that they believed gluten was ...
Researchers Hope to Develop a Celiac-Safe Wheat
Gluten-Free Food Fair to bring on the savory, sweet eats
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MyFox AtlantaUnderstanding Celiac Disease: what you need to know
Atlanta gastroenterologist Dr. Cynthia Rudert has one of the largest celiac disease practices in the South. She's following more than a thousand Georgians with the disorder. And she sees a lot of patients not feeling well, wondering if gluten – a ...
Preventing Celiac Disease in Infants: The Known and Unknown
Mid Hudson Valley Walk for Celiac Disease on May 16
The Daily Freeman
Get a celiac test before giving up gluten
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Huffington PostGluten-Free And Celiac-Approved Recipes That Are Anything But Boring
An estimated one percent of the American population suffers from celiac disease. While many cases go unreported, those who are officially diagnosed often adopt a gluten-free diet, cutting grains and wheat from their plates. It can be daunting to ...
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RTGluten-free wheat? Research aims to create new grains amid rise of celiac disease
According to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, approximately one percent, or one in 133 Americans, have celiac disease – an autoimmune disorder that damages the small intestine and interferes with the absorption of nutrients from food ...
Wheat tries to get in on the gluten-free food craze
Innocent until proven gluten
Farmers fund research to breed gluten-free wheat
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Grand Forks HeraldMARILYN HAGERTY: Tips for coping with celiac disease
Grand Forks Herald
Then there's the 1 percent of the population with celiac disease who may not be feeling so well — unless their problem has been diagnosed. They are the people, young and old, who need diets free of wheat, rye, barley and some types of oats, according ...
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WTVD-TVNew support group for Celiac disease sufferers at WakeMed Cary
Up until then, there wasn't much known about celiac disease, and there certainly weren't the gluten-free options on store shelves you see now. Still, to manage her disease, Barnes works with a dietician at Cary Wakemed. The two have collaborated to ...
- What Role Do Infectious Mediators and Gut Microbes Play in Celiac Disease?
Celiac.com 04/13/2015 - Celiac disease is associated complications in the small bowel, but also with problems outside the GI tract. Celiac disease affects small bowel mucosal immunity via exposure to infectious agents; therefore, it is likely that ...
eMaxHealthCeliac disease alert: Recall of Homestyle Meats sausages for undeclared wheat
Homestyle Meats is recalling several types of its sausages because of undeclared wheat. The company shares that the label mistakenly did not include wheat as one of the ingredients. If you have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, you should not ...
- Celiac Disease: Which Children Should Be Tested?
Serological screening studies indicate that celiac disease (CD) has a prevalence of 1% to 2% in Western populations and that the incidence is increasing across all age groups. Although many individuals develop symptomatic CD, others do not. In fact ...
WPSUBookMark: "Mush From Sled Dogs to Celiac, the Scenic Detour of my Life" by ...
Mush: From Sled Dogs to Celiac, the Scenic Detour of my Life is the debut memoir by local author Tara Caimi. It's a coming of age story, but not a first blush, adolescent identity crisis type of tale. Rather, in Caimi's case, it is a deeper-hued ...
cleveland.comNortheast Ohio Celiac Network sponsors first Gluten Free Food Fair Sunday in ...
In the never-ending search for gluten-free food options, the Northeast Ohio Celiac Network has had some pretty good luck. Both a supermarket chain and a major specialty store have opened their doors to let the group highlight gluten-free products they ...
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- Use of nonbiopsy ESPGHAN criteria depends on celiac serology test performance
A recent guideline published by the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, or ESPGHAN, which established criteria for omitting a diagnostic biopsy for pediatric celiac disease, has a high positive predicted value ...
Wisconsin Rapids TribuneCeliac support group to meet
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
The Celiac Support Group is free, and no registration is needed. New members of all ages and their family members are welcome. The group meets the third Tuesday of every month (except January, July, August and December). For more information, call ...
Poughkeepsie JournalDiet a treatment plan for medical condition
Several years ago, I was diagnosed with celiac disease and although I get a lot less eye-rolling from people when I tell them I have to eat gluten-free, there is a long way to go in educating the masses. It's important to spread the word that eating ...
The BreezeStudents with Celiac seek change
For Eakin and others with Celiac disease, it's especially hard to find things that are truly gluten-free. The problem is that, although the food itself may be gluten-free, the grill or utensils at the food station may have been used to prepare food ...
- Can Systematic Growth Monitoring Lead to Early Detection of Celiac Disease in ...
Celiac.com 04/08/2015 - The goal of growth-monitoring programs in children is the early detection of any disorders that affect growth. Celiac disease is under-diagnosed in kids whose symptoms include faltering linear growth, short stature, or poor ...
Cleburne Times-ReviewWoman begins celiac disease and gluten intolerance support group
Although there is no cure for celiac disease, Ross had to make drastic life changes that included switching her diet and being cautious of what is in her environment. “It's not an easy condition to live with,” Ross said. “It requires constant diligence ...
- Mayo Team Reviews Endpoints for Phase 2 and 3 Trials on New Celiac Drugs
Celiac.com 04/18/2015 - Research is underway on a number of new drugs intended to celiac disease treatment beyond a simple gluten-free diet. However, even though several drugs are in Phase 2 trials and results appear promising, discussion around ...
- Celiac Disease and Gluten-free Diet Information Since 1995
Celiac.com 04/06/2015 - Several studies have shown that many patients with celiac disease experience changes in body weight after starting a gluten-free diet, but researchers still don't have much data on rates of metabolic syndrome in this population.
Tallahassee.comWhat's the lowdown on a gluten-free diet?
A gluten-free diet is primarily used to treat celiac disease. Gluten causes inflammation in the small intestines of people with celiac disease. Eating a gluten-free diet helps people with celiac disease control their signs and symptoms and prevent ...
Gluten-Free: Easier Than It Used To Be
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- Research and Markets: Celiac Disease Pipeline Highlights Report 2014
Yahoo Finance UK
The latest report, Celiac Disease Pipeline Highlights - 2015, provides most up-to-date information on key pipeline molecules in the global Celiac Disease market. It covers emerging therapies for Celiac Disease in active clinical development stages ...
- Can Better Biopsy Practices Improve Celiac Diagnosis in Children?
Celiac.com 03/27/2015 - Researchers don't have any solid idea about how common cases of seronegative celiac disease might be, but many feel strongly that rates of seronegative celiac disease are underestimated in children, and may result in ...
- New report sheds light on the celiac drugs market - global size, trends ...
Celiac disease, also known as celiac sprue or gluten-sensitive enteropathy, is a genetic autoimmune disorder caused due to the body's inability to process gluten that causes damage to the small intestine. Gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and ...
- Promising Rise and Fall for Gluten-free Food Company
Celiac.com 04/15/2015 - The steep costs of getting food onto the shelves at major grocery chains has claimed another notable start-up, the Charlotte-based gluten-free foods company, Bumbalooza. Photo: CC--Steve Jurvetson The quick, promising rise and ...
- Tuscan-style Chicken Breasts (Gluten-Free)
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ChicagoNow (blog)Celiac Disease Awareness Month 2015: GFAF Expo preview
BloggerBadgeFB It is almost that awesome time of the year. It is almost time for the GFAF expo on May 2 & 3 and I am super excited! I have selected again for my third year to attend the Gluten Free and Allergy Free Expo aka the GFAF expo as a member of ...
Ian's Proud Advocate of Celiac Disease Education
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The Indian ExpressDiet diary : Non-celiac gluten intolerance — silent trouble
The Indian Express
By : Ishi Khosla. GLUTEN — a protein in wheat, oats, barley and rye (European cereal) — is known to cause a condition called celiac disease. It is a condition in which gluten damages the intestines and reduces the ability of intestines to absorb food.
Gluten-free gastronomy: Celiac disease and the growing product market - The Strategic Sourceror (blog)
Youth Health MagzineGluten-free gastronomy: Celiac disease and the growing product market
The Strategic Sourceror (blog)
Celiac disease is a condition that involves the body responding to gluten by having the immune system attack the small intestines, explained the Celiac Disease Foundation. This does not allow the small intestine to properly absorb food nutrients, thus ...
Farmers fund research to breed gluten-free wheat species
The Salinas Californian
Farmers Trying to Breed Gluten-Free Wheat and Researching Gluten
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- Can Understanding Molecular Similarities Help Us Cure Autoimmune Diseases?
Celiac.com 03/25/2015 - In what may prove to be a remarkable step in understanding human diseases, a team of scientists affiliated with Northeastern University has found a way to connect diseases based on their shared molecular interactions.
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