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Celiac.com Celiac Disease Blog > Keller Laboratories Ema Dental / Anti-Snoring Device Product Review

Posted 17 April 2012

Besides the high cost for a device that seems so simple and cheap to make ($500), the next hidden surprise that I discovered from my dentist about my EMA Keller Laboratories stop snoring mouthpiece was that I would have to pay $1 per band (it uses two EMA Bands at a time), and these bands wear out fast--the yellow EMA bands wear out in a few days,...

Celiac.com Celiac Disease Blog > Blog Issues Should Be Fixed Now...

Posted 19 January 2010

This is a test blog--I'm sorry but our blogs had issues since our recent upgrade...blog entries were being flagged as drafts. If you posted a blog since January 2nd please check your account to see if your entry is flagged as a draft--simply publish it if you want it live. Please IM me with any issues.

Take care,

Celiac.com Celiac Disease Blog > New Blog Features

Posted 19 January 2010

There are many new features in the blogs--just see the "Add Blocks" button on the top right area to see just a few of them.

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Celiac.com Celiac Disease Blog > Neurological Damage Caused By Celiac Disease Not Reversed By Gluten-free Diet

Posted 28 December 2006

Celiac.com 12/28/2006 – Antonio Tursi and colleagues          at the Digestive Endoscopy Unit, Lorenzo Bonomo Hospital, Andria, (BA),          Italy have published a study which concludes that any neurological damage          caused by celiac disease may be irreversible—even after treatment with          a gluten-free diet. Although...

Celiac.com Celiac Disease Blog > New Celiac Disease Screening Recommendations Published By American Diabetes Association

Posted 28 December 2006

Celiac.com 12/28/2006 - The American Diabetes Association's          (ADA) Clinical Practice Recommendations have been updated to include new          information about treatment and prevention that reflects the latest research.          Changes have been made in numerous areas, including the management of          hyperglycemia in...