• ABCs 20/20 - August 6, 1999 (Friday night). One of the presentations was "A Good Doctor,"  which covered celiac disease.

  • July 29, 1999 - The London Times: A UK research team at Guys & St Thomas in London have won German Institute of Technology international competition (DM12 million) for research projects "based on genetic structure of grains of cereal and designed to develop variants of wheat, rye and barley that are non toxic to people with coeliac disease."
  • July 28, 1999 - There was a stor about celiac disease on the NYC WNBC TV evening news.

  • U.S. News & World Report - July 26, 1999 issue had an article titled, "The curse of Frankenfood," which discussed food allergies and celiac disease.

  • 7/21/99 - Channel 7 in Chicago (an ABC affiliate) aired a 2 ½ minute segment on celiac disease and the magazine Sullys Living Without during the 10pm news.

  • Awake! Magazine, March 22, 1999 - Coping with Celiac Disease.
  • The Diabetic Advisor, March/April 1998, p. 18-19, "The Mysterious Celiac Sprue," by the American Diabetic Association.
  • Psychology Today, April 1998, p. 20, "Q&A" section on gluten intolerance.
  • Vegetarian Times, February 1998, p. 36-37, "Cant Eat Wheat?" by Mary Carroll.
  • Allure Magazine, February 1998, p. 80, "Gluten for Punishment."
  • Belfast News Letter, January 31, 1998, "Diet Disorder Difficult to Diagnose."
  • San Jose Mercury News, January 24, 1998, "The Communion Ailment," by Judith Neuman Beck.
  • Calgary Herald, January 2, 1998, "Cancer Theory Sparks Controversy," by Daryl Slade. An interview with Ron Hoggan.
  • Newsweek, 11/17/97, p. 95. The article is about Leaky Gut/ intestinal permeability. It also mentions a possible link to chronic-fatigue syndrome.
  • Toronto Star, 06/23/97, "Hormone Holds Hope for Repairing Intestine," by Leslie Papp.
  • Ithaca Journal, 04/12/97, "Sweets for the Statesmen, subtitle Desserts, White House Style," by Lawrence L. Knutson. "With (President) Clinton, Mesnier [His desert chef] faces a special challenge...hes on a special diet because he has allergies - no dairy products, no chocolate, no wheat."
  • Independent newspaper (UK), 2/8/96, LONDON: This is a short article reporting research into ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) by doctors at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. Their research was published in the same weeks Lancet. Their study found that Gluten may play role in nerve disease.
  • Boston Globe, 10/19/95, p.3, title: "Jet Lag Tale Works Some of the Time". This is a 600 word article including a small notice of the recent findings about oats.
  • Reuters; Philippe Naughton; 10/18/95: "Oats are fine for people with celiac disease."
  • Star Ledger, 8/28/95, "Gluten-Free Diet Works Wonders for Person with Celiac Sprue." Another of Dr. Donohues columns. This on is a short commentary on the varying length of time is takes to heal after beginning gluten-free diet.
  • The Oregonian (newspaper), July 25, 1995, "When Food Bites Back," by Barbard Durbin.
  • Baltimore Sun, 7/11/95, p. 1D, title: "A Healthy and Happy Girl Suddenly Became Sick..." This is a long article (1900 words) about one familys experience with their daughters diagnosis, and how they have coped with it.
  • Gannett News Service; Hollie Weaver Beason; 5/2/95: "Nutrition: Food Allergies"
  • Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star (Norfolk, VA), 4/6/95, p.F1, title: "When Food is the Enemy; Sensitivity to Certain Foods ..." Long article (2700 words) on food allergies, food sensitivities; including two paragraphs on celiac disease.
  • Jerusalem Post; Judy Siegel-Itzkovich; 4/02/95: "No free lunch for children who need special diet."
  • Jerusalem Post; Itim; 2/19/95: "Products containing gluten to be marked"
  • Gannett News Service; Mindy Mozer;10/18/94: "Celiac Disease Hard to Diagnose."
  • Star Ledger (Newark, NJ), 5/6/94, title: "Sprue Patients Grain Intolerance Requires a Lifelong Restricted Diet." Dr. Dononues write-in column is a short piece about the lifelong nature of the celiac diet.
  • Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA), 3/28/94, p. C1, title: "Its All Relative; Skeletons in Family Medical History Can Affect Your Health." Thoughts on the family tree & how to track genetic inclinations.
  • Harvard Health Letter; Goldfinger, S.E.; 2/1/92: "A cereal mystery"
  • Harvard Health Letter; Hoffmann, S.; 5/1/91: "Gluten for punishment."

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