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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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Market research firm RNRMarketReseach has announced the release of its EpiCast Report on Celiac Disease and Epidemiology Forecast to 2023.



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I confess to being a bit picky about cabbage. I like it, but I tend to be a bit finicky about how it is prepared. When I saw these at a party recently, I was reluctant to give them a try.



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News that the Arizona Diamondbacks have traded starting pitcher Wade Miley to the Boston Redsox has been met with rumors that Miley’s trade was fueled, at least partly, by his refusal to adopt a gluten-free diet.



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Along with turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing is the foundation of any great holiday feast. To my way of thinking, if there’s no stuffing, it’s just another meal.



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Will people with celiac disease spend money on drugs designed to reduce or eliminate adverse reactions to gluten? Drug researchers and investors are betting they will.



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A team of researchers recently set out to determine rates of low bone mass density in people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and to search for correlations with other clinical characteristics.



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Over 90 million Americans follow a gluten-free diet. Half believe the diet to be “healthier." Will they stay gluten-free forever? 



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A pampered a Jack Russell terrier is being hailed as Britain’s oldest dog after reaching the ripe old age of 25 years, and gluten-free fish fingers are among the foods that keep her happy and healthy.



The finished creamy tomato soup. Photo: CC--Ian May

This gluten-free tomato soup recipe delivers a rich, creamy tomato soup that will warm your body and make your stomach sing with joy.



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Biopharmaceutical company BioLineRx Ltd., has announced successful final results from its Phase 1/2 study for BL-7010, a novel co-polymer for the treatment of celiac disease.



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Many people with celiac disease report suffering from impaired cognition or ‘brain fog,’ but no good study had been done until a research team took an in-depth look at the issue.



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How do products labeled as “gluten-free” actually measure up? How much gluten do they really contain?



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Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts. This version incorporates holiday eggnog for a rich, delicious cheesecake that’s sure to put a smile of the faces of most anyone. It makes a great potluck item that will have people asking for more.



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A recent study shows no increase in risk for pregnancy complications and adverse birth outcomes for women with celiac disease.



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This year, our holiday dessert list goes beyond the standard dessert fare to include the recipe for our home-run Gluten-free Pecan-Streusel Apple Pie with Almond Meal Crust, along with links to ten more top-ranked gluten-free desserts.



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Australian researchers recently showed that oats do trigger an adverse immune response in some people with celiac disease.



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According to a new study, obesity plays a major part in triggering and prolonging autoimmune diseases, such as celiac disease, Crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis.



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A growing desire to avoid gluten is changing the food industry in myriad ways, so says an article in the Oct 25th 2014 edition of the Economist.



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Catholics with celiac disease hopeful as U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops votes overwhelmingly in favor of revising Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities. 



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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 its effectiveness on villous atrophy.


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