- Support group forming for teens with celiac disease
When Veronika Giacomaro discovered her daughter had celiac disease last summer, pretty much everything in the kitchen had to be tossed out. Now, still in the early stages of figuring out how to help her 13-year-old maintain a gluten-free diet ...
Huffington PostGluten Freedom and the Ethics of Withholding a Celiac Diagnosis
Thankfully, the child is ultimately informed of her celiac disease diagnosis. But how could it be possible to even debate whether or not to share that information? If your child were diabetic, would you not tell them? Or if your child had lupus, would ...
Celiac disease increases osteoporosis and bone fracture risk
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Celiac.comNation's First Free Food Pantry for People with Food Allergies or Celiac Disease
Celiac.com 02/11/2016 - Kansas is wheat country, and like the rest of America, Kansans are generally not gluten-free. That means the food in their charity food pantries are not usually gluten-free. Photo: FoodPantries.org That means that, however hard ...
Celiac crusader: Nurse's book recounts her struggle against celiac disease - Corvallis Gazette Times
Corvallis Gazette TimesCeliac crusader: Nurse's book recounts her struggle against celiac disease
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Nadine Grzeskowiak, known throughout the mid-valley as the Gluten Free RN, has just published a book recounting the story of her battle with celiac disease. The book, “Dough Nation: A Nurse's Memoir of Celiac Disease from Missed Diagnosis to Food and ...
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Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Patients Have Similar Neurological Problems - Celiac.com
Celiac.comCeliac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Patients Have Similar Neurological Problems
Celiac.com 02/08/2016 - When doctors talk about non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), they are usually talking about people who have gastrointestinal symptoms without enteropathy, and for whom a gluten-free diet (GFD) provides some relief of symptoms.
Celiac.comGluten-free Income Tax Deduction Tips
People with celiac disease can rack up thousands of dollars per year in extra food, medical, and other health-related costs. However, many people who eat gluten-free diets as treatment for celiac disease or other medical conditions may be eligible for ...
New guidelines reverse previous recommendations on gluten introduction to prevent celiac disease Wolters Kluwer ... - EurekAlert (press release)
Duluth News TribuneNew guidelines reverse previous recommendations on gluten introduction to prevent celiac disease Wolters Kluwer ...
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18, 2016 - Based on new evidence, the age of introduction of gluten into the infant diet -- or the practice of introducing gluten during breast-feeding -- does not reduce the risk of celiac disease in infants at risk, according to a Position Paper of ...
Earlier Gluten Introduction Age Won't Prevent Celiac Disease, According To Position Paper
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Celiac.comBL-710 Wins Designation as EU Medical Device for Celiac Treatment
Celiac.com 02/04/2016 - BL-7010, a non-absorbable, orally available co-polymer for the treatment of celiac disease, has received designation as Class IIb medical device in the European Union, according to manufacturer BioLineRx Ltd. Photo: Wikimedia ...
Celiac.comCeliac Disease More Common in Patients With Turner Syndrome
Previous reports have suggested a connection between Turner syndrome, which is the partial or complete loss of an X chromosome in females, and celiac disease, but those reports were based mainly on case reports from specialty centers. Estimates of ...
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LifeZetteAs diagnoses rise and skeptics cast doubts, science confirms problem
Celiac disease is a hereditary autoimmune disease in which the body attacks the small intestine when it comes in contact with gluten. During the inflammatory attacks, the villi in the small intestine become damaged and cannot absorb nutrients correctly.
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Lisa Cantkier is a holistic nutritionist, lifelong celiac, health and wellness writer, and a nutrition coach at http://LibertyClinic.com in Toronto. She is the founder of GlutenFreeFind.com (@GlutenFreeFind) You can follow Lisa on Twitter at ...
The Georgetown DishAnnual Gala to Support Children's National Celiac Center
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For years, most people had never heard of Celiac disease and most doctors didn't know how to diagnose it. Yet about one in 100 children has celiac disease, making it one of the most common conditions in children. It is a genetic, autoimmune digestive ...
How Serious Are Anti-neuronal Antibodies in Celiac Patients with Neurological Symptoms? - Celiac.com
Celiac.comHow Serious Are Anti-neuronal Antibodies in Celiac Patients with Neurological Symptoms?
Celiac.com 02/01/2016 - Among celiac researchers, there's been a good deal of professional curiosity about the clinical and immunological relevance of anti-neuronal antibodies in celiac disease with neurological manifestations. At present, do ctors don ...
BioLineRx Receives Confirmation of Medical Device Classification in Europe for Celiac Treatment - PR Newswire (press release)
Proactive Investors USA & CanadaBioLineRx Receives Confirmation of Medical Device Classification in Europe for Celiac Treatment
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Celiac disease is a chronic, autoimmune, inflammatory disease of the small intestine characterized by damage to the lining of the small intestine and typically leads to dyspepsia, malabsorption and a variety of other symptoms. It occurs in genetically ...
BioLineRx's celiac treatment gets designation as Class IIb medical device in Europe
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BioLineRx (BLRX) Receives European Confirmation for BL-7010 Class IIb Classification for Celiac Treatment
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Age of gluten introduction does not reduce risk of celiac disease in at-risk infants - News-Medical.netAge of gluten introduction does not reduce risk of celiac disease in at-risk infants
Based on new evidence, the age of introduction of gluten into the infant diet -- or the practice of introducing gluten during breast-feeding -- does not reduce the risk of celiac disease in infants at risk, according to a Position Paper of the European ...
Bel Marra HealthRelatives of Celiac disease patients face increased risk of autoimmune diseases
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Relatives of Celiac disease patients face an increased risk of autoimmune diseases. A study found that first-degree relatives of celiac patients are at an increased risk for autoimmune diseases. The findings were published in Clinical Gastroenterology ...
- Celiac Disease Pipeline Review Market Research Report for H2 2015
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The Celiac Disease - Pipeline Review, H2 2015 report provides an overview of the Celiac Disease's therapeutic pipeline and helps enhance decision making capabilities and help to create effective counter strategies to gain competitive advantage.
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Physicians Caring for Celiac Patients do not Routinely Recommend Screening of First-Degree Family Members - Celiac.com
Celiac.comPhysicians Caring for Celiac Patients do not Routinely Recommend Screening of First-Degree Family Members
They are variously associated with the Division of Biostatistics, the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the Department of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, and the National Foundation for Celiac ...
Research And Market: Celiac Disease – Pipeline Review, H2 2015 By MarketResearchReports.Biz - Medgadget.com (blog)Research And Market: Celiac Disease – Pipeline Review, H2 2015 By MarketResearchReports.Biz
MrrBiz220 The report analyzes and presents an overview on “Celiac Disease – Pipeline Review, H2 2015“, provides an overview of the Celiac Diseases therapeutic pipeline. This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for ...
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Celiac disease, Crohn's disease share common symptoms and part of their genetic background - Bel Marra Health
Bel Marra HealthCeliac disease, Crohn's disease share common symptoms and part of their genetic background
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Celiac disease is intolerance to gluten and so when a person consumes gluten it creates an immune response which contributes to inflammation along with other symptoms. In Crohn's disease is a disease which can occur at any part of the digestive system ...
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Celiac Disease Pipeline Review, H2 2015 - Featuring 14 Companies and Their Drug Pipelines - Research and Markets - Business Wire (press release)Celiac Disease Pipeline Review, H2 2015 - Featuring 14 Companies and Their Drug Pipelines - Research and Markets
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This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Celiac Disease, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and ...
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MD MagazineFeeding Babies Gluten May Increase Risks for Celiac Disease
A multifaceted team of researchers observed more than 400 babies who were breastfed for about 32 weeks to investigate whether the amount of gluten in diet until two years of age increased the risk for celiac disease. The babies were introduced to ...
Polymer for Celiac Disease is Confirmed as Class IIb Medical Device in European Union - JD Supra (press release)Polymer for Celiac Disease is Confirmed as Class IIb Medical Device in European Union
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According to a press release from the Israeli company BioLineRx, their novel polymer for treating Celiac Disease has been confirmed as a Class IIb medical device in the European Union (EU). According to the company, the polymer, called BL-7010, is “a ...
Celiac.comTasty Gluten-free Treats for Valentine's Day
Celiac.com 02/09/2016 - Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and these gluten-free treats will keep you from getting caught flat footed if your Valentine is gluten-free. Be sure to see our Gluten-free and Gluten-safe Halloween Candy list, as it ...
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Celiac.comGut Microorganisms Cause Gluten-Induced Pathology in Mouse Model of Celiac Disease
Their data show that the rise in overall celiac disease rates over the last 50 years may be driven, at least partly, by variations in gut microbiota. If this proves to be true, then doctors may be able to craft "specific microbiota-based therapies ...
Military TimesMedical mix-up sidelines Army sergeant's career
But doctors found that Mulloy's health problems were tied to allergies and celiac disease, an inherited autoimmune disorder triggered by eating foods that contain gluten from wheat, rye or barley. Once Mulloy stopped eating pasta and other products ...
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Florida Times-UnionGluten-Free Glutton: Celiacs should look on labels for more than just gluten
I don't remember ever hearing the word “gluten” before I was diagnosed with celiac disease five years ago, so it's kind of mind-boggling to see the attention gluten-free foods are getting now. Stores like my local Winn-Dixie have a short aisle devoted ...
Should We All Go Gluten Free?
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- Pardee Hospital to host celiac disease support group for kids and teens
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Pardee Hospital will host Celiac Kids Support Group, a new support group for children and teens with celiac disease. Young people of all ages are invited to attend. The group is free and open to the public. The first meeting will take place on Thursday ...
Celiac.comHave Researchers Finally Nailed Down Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity?
Zonulin has been linked to inflammation, and people with celiac disease have been shown to have high levels of zonulin when consuming wheat protein. Symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating, alternating diarrhea or constipation. And there can be other ...
Protein Linked to Celiac Disease May Also Be a Mark of Gluten Sensitivity, Study Says - Allergic Living
Allergic LivingProtein Linked to Celiac Disease May Also Be a Mark of Gluten Sensitivity, Study Says
Zonulin, a protein discovered in 2000 that regulates the permeability of the intestine, and which has already been linked to celiac disease, may also play a role in non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a new Italian ...
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