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#1 Guest_~wAvE WeT sAnD~_*

 
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 11:48 AM

Hello all!

I am writing a speech about celiac disease to promote awareness. I have been unable to find books at my library (specialization books--ie, books only about celiac disease). I hope I find something soon. I am definitely using this site as a source!

Does anyone know of some books (medical/coping) that I could look for?

Thank you! :D

Have a great day,
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#2 celiac3270

 
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 12:01 PM

When I was diagnosed I first checked the internet for information, but also went to the New York Public Library.......nothing.....I think that the web is a much better source of information
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 12:34 PM

Hi. The only book I was able to find is:

"Living Well with Celiac Disease: Abundance beyone Wheat and Gluten"

by: Claudine Crangle

My Chapters/Indigo Store ordered it for me.
The UPC # is 78155369404500
The Item # is 155369404X

Published in Canada by SarahealthPress, a division of Sarahealth.com Inc.
in association with Trafford Publishing

Trafford Publishing
2333 Government Street
Suite 6E
Victoria, British Columbia
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Phone: 250-383-6864
Toll Free: 1-888-232-4444 (Canada and US)
website: www.trafford.com
Trafford Catalogue #02-0217

I found it to be a very informative book.....

Have a great day!
Karen
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 02:09 PM

Jill: Check out all the books from the 'Bookstore' on this site. "Dangerous Grains" by Ron Hoggan is the best physiological explanation of celiac disease. Several other books included in that 'bookstore' discuss how to cope with symptoms and stay gluten free. Good luck! ;)
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 06:11 PM

I have the book:
Wheat-Free Worry-Free: The Art of Happy, Healthy, Gluten-Free Living
by Danna Korn
2002

This book was a gift from my Mom. It is a great source of info about celiac disease and how to cope.
-Carrie
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Posted 02 November 2004 - 12:04 PM

Pastor Dave's wife here: Check out Medline (it has numerous articles from medical journals.) Your school library should have a subscription online or you could just look it up on your own (but you won't have access to as many articles.) Medline is great because you can just look up the topic you are interested in and they will pull in all of the research articles for the journals that are online. I use it for my medical research!
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Posted 06 November 2004 - 07:28 AM

Hi!
Try finding a book called Against The Grain by Jax Peters Lowell. It was written by a women, who had Celiac's before it became popular. :lol: It was the first book, that I read when I was first diagnosed almost ten years ago. I think it will help with your speech. Good Luck!

Vicki :)
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