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Jefferson Adams

Jefferson Adams is a freelance writer living in San Francisco. His poems, essays and photographs have appeared in Antioch Review, Blue Mesa Review, CALIBAN, Hayden's Ferry Review, Huffington Post, the Mississippi Review, and Slate among others.

He is a member of both the National Writers Union, the International Federation of Journalists, and covers San Francisco Health News for Examiner.com.

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Certain stomach viruses sharply increase celiac disease risk. Photo: CC--Vincent Tcheng Chang

A new study confirms a link between intestinal viral infections and celiac disease.



Asian-style barbeque chicken makes a great summer treat. Photo: CC--Brian Child

This Asian-style barbeque chicken makes a great summer treat. Barbecue chicken is a perennial summer favorite around these parts, and this recipe delivers barbecue chicken with a decidedly Asian flare.



New understanding about celiac disease could lead to drug breakthroughs. Photo: CC--Tom Hart

A rapidly expanding knowledge of the celiac disease regulatory pathway could soon lead to new breakthroughs.



Photo: CC--Chris Violette

You think you have a crazy celiac disease diagnosis story? Try this one. When a college student fell and struck his shoulder while showering, and struck his shoulder, he went to the emergency treatment center.



Doctor say woman's psychotic delusions caused by celiac disease, adverse gluten reactions. Photo: CC-- new 1lluminati

A woman's undiagnosed celiac disease and adverse gluten reactions trigger mysterious and debilitating psychotic delusions.



Asian-style chicken salad makes a refreshing summer treat. Photo: CC--Fiona Henderson

Asian-style chicken salad makes a light, refreshing summer treat.  Here's a great recipe for a tasty easy-to-make chicken salad that is also light and refreshing.



Celiac disease vaccine trials will start in Australia in late 2016. Photo: CC--Corey Leopold

The world’s first vaccine aimed at curing celiac disease is slated to begin full trials in Australia later this year.



Gluten-free diet has a positive effect on lymphoid cells in the rectal mucosa of non-celiac wheat sensitivity patients. Photo: CC--Vater Fotografo

A gluten-free diet reverses type 1 innate lymphoid cells in the rectal mucosa of patients with non-celiac wheat sensitivity



Image: CC--butz2013

Using specially bred barley, the Germans are brewing the first gluten-free beer to meet their strict beer brewing laws.



Sun-dried tomato yogurt dip makes a great party platter. Photo: CC--Allison Willey

This delicious dip blends yogurt and sun-dried tomatoes for a perfect warm weather treat.



A gluten-free diet in pregnant mice lowers diabetes rates in their offspring. Photo: CC--HarshLight

A really interesting study about gluten-free diets in mice just popped up over at the medical journal Diabetes, that has implications for both diabetes and celiac disease.



Tomas Berdych credits gluten-free diet with improved weight and stamina. Photo: CC--Carine06

Top tennis player and Wimbledon contender Tomas Berdych credits gluten-free eating with better weight and stamina.



celiac sprue successfully treated with thioguanine. Photo: CC--Rob Ellis

Collagenous sprue is a rare form of small bowel enteropathy characterized by a thickened basement membrane and is considered to be directly related to celiac disease.



Photo: CC--Sage Ross

Many childhood celiac patients do not seek follow-up care as adults.



Steak Romesco makes a cheap, tasty meal. Photo: CC--Steakeat

This version of steak Romesco is cheap, easy to make, and likely to leave lots of happy eaters in its wake.



Many partners of celiac patients report feeling burdened. Photo: CC--Brandon Grasley

Is celiac disease a burden on your relationship? Many partners of celiacs say yes. Between thirty and forty-percent of people with celiac disease said that their condition was a burden on their relationship, according to a study presented at Digestive Disease Week 2016.



Do aptamers hold the key to faster gluten detection? Photo: CC--Mark Morgan

Can aptamers help researchers design biosensors for fast and selective measurement of gluten in foods?



German researchers seeking better wheat varieties are studying wheat sensitivity. Photo: CC-- Takuma Kimura

With funds from the German Research Foundation, the Universities of Mainz and Hohenheim join forces to study wheat sensitivity in search for better tolerated wheat varieties.



Study shows most new celiac patients have normal bone density. Image: CC--Fritz Park

Some doctors recommend that patients with newly diagnosed celiac disease get scanned for bone density. Several researchers recently set out to assess the bone density results in a cohort of patients with celiac disease.



Task force will make recommendations for celiac screening after public comments period closes. Photo: CC--Hakan Dahlstrom

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force will make screening recommendations regarding celiac disease screening after taking public comments.