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Heavy kids can have celiac disease, too - Reuters
Heavy kids can have celiac disease, too
To find out the prevalence of celiac disease among overweight and obese children, Dr. Raffaella Nenna and colleagues used data collected at a nutrition center at the University of Rome between 1998 and 2003, from 1,527 overweight and obese children ...
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Age at gluten introduction not linked to risk for celiac disease - Healio
Age at gluten introduction not linked to risk for celiac disease
?The incidence of celiac disease is increasing in the Western world. The optimal age at first introduction to gluten to avoid development of celiac disease has been rigorously debated,? study researcher Carin Andrén Aronsson, MSc, of Lund University in ...
Can Testing for Antibodies to Deamidated Gliadin Peptide Allow Earlier Celiac...
Can Testing for Antibodies to Deamidated Gliadin Peptide Allow Earlier Celiac ...
Celiac.com 01/29/2015 - Testing for tissue transglutaminase antibodies (TGA) is currently a common part of attempting to diagnose celiac disease. A research team wanted to find out if determination of antibodies to synthetic deamidatedgliadin peptides ...
Gluten-free diet important for people with celiac disease - News-Medical.net
Gluten-free diet important for people with celiac disease
You'd never suspect it from the proliferation of gluten-free items on supermarket shelves. Yet only one in approximately 133 people - that's 0.75 percent of the population - has celiac disease, a genetic autoimmune disorder that causes the body to ...
Murder trial involves celiac disease and Munchausen by proxy - eMaxHealth
Murder trial involves celiac disease and Munchausen by proxy
She claimed he had celiac disease, but doctors believe she was simply using the condition to get attention. She also blamed other disorders for Garnett-Paul Spears' decline. Experts believe the mother used her son's health issues to get attention.
Defense in case of woman accused of poisoning son with salt faces uphill ... Fox News
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Celiac Disease: Medical student shares his story of being diagnosed as a teen...
Celiac Disease: Medical student shares his story of being diagnosed as a teen
When Sam Master was 15, he was told he could never eat pizza again. Even though the teen had no symptoms, he was diagnosed with Celiac Disease - an autoimmune condition that causes the patient's body to recognize wheat gluten as poison. "As any ...
Gluten-Free Diet Is Treatment, Not Trend, for Those with Celiac Disease Newswise (press release)
Knowledge vs. Understanding in the World of Gluten Huffington Post
Living gluten-free in Redlands Redlands Daily Facts
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Understanding celiac disease, gluten intolerance, related diet - nwitimes.com
Understanding celiac disease, gluten intolerance, related diet
Nancy Brown, 50, who has celiac disease, prepares gluten-free oatmeal cookies in her home in Oak Run, Ill. Brown runs her own business, the gluten-free Good Life Baking. Celiac disease is an auto-immune disease caused by gluten, the protein found in ...
Gluten-free bakery opening in Potsdam Monday North Country Now
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Celiac Disease Among UK Kids Has Tripled - TIME
Celiac Disease Among UK Kids Has Tripled
Over the last 20 years, celiac disease, an autoimmune reaction to gluten, has tripled among children in the United Kingdom, a new study shows. The new data, published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, shows that while 1% of all kids in ...
Fewer celiac diagnoses among poor UK children Reuters
Pediatric Celiac Disease Diagnoses Tripled in 20 Years Medscape
Celiac disease tripled in children in last 20 years eMaxHealth
Laboratory Equipment - Healio
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Baby's age at gluten exposure not tied to celiac disease - Reuters
Baby's age at gluten exposure not tied to celiac disease
But in this new study, children introduced to gluten before age 17 weeks or after 26 weeks were not at an increased risk of developing celiac disease, compared to those who were introduced to the protein between those ages, researchers found.
Celiac Disease Not Tied to Gluten Timing in Infants Medscape
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Gluten-Free Craze Is Boon And Bane For Those With Celiac Disease - NPR (blog)
Gluten-Free Craze Is Boon And Bane For Those With Celiac Disease
The profusion of gluten-free foods has made social events much less isolating, says Molly Lewis, a 28-year-old human resources professional in DeRidder, La., diagnosed with celiac disease in early 2014. "Having access to replacement foods helps you ...
Celiac sufferers have to be wary of needs for gluten-free dietary options Toledo Blade
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