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Good Housekeeping -- August 2006
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There's a decent article about celiac disease in the latest issue of Good Houskeeping magazine (August). I had read the content on a web site before I think, must be a reprint, but it's good and mentions the many different symptoms etc.

I am hoping to write a letter to the editor thanking them for the article and/or mentioning that you don't need to be skinny to have it, yada yada the usual stuff, just something to get some publicity into a second issue.

Glad to see this in a mainstream magazine!

(But it sure is funny/ironic that the cover has Rachael Ray and a photo of a bowl of pasta on it...) :)

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I just read that article last night. Hopefully this is the first of many to be published. :D

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Thanks for sharing, I'll check it out!

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my mom just called me about it today, i still have to read it...she got her copy before me. but she was so thrilled with the article that she is passing it on to the nurse managers she works with in the birthing dept at the hospital so they can be on the look out for symptoms in the pregnant women, and/or the women trying to get pregnant :)

angie

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I saw it too! Thought it was great!

Monica

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Ooh--thanks, I'll have to take a look :)

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