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Parents, Friends and Loved Ones of Celiacs

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Discussions among parents of kids or babies with CD. Non-celiacs can discuss their experiences dealing with a friend or loved one with the disease.

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  1. Playgroups And Toddlers

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  2. Celiac Disease And Swine Flu 1 2

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  3. My Daughter Has Celiac Disease, Now What?

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  5. My Daughter May Be Allergic To Rice 1 2

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  6. Walking Problems?

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  7. New Gi Doesn't Believe That My Dd Has Celiac!

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  8. Baby Constipation Problems

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  9. 2 Year Old And Dairy Products

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  10. Ate "real" Chicken Nuggets Last Night

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  11. Two New Family Members Diagnosed

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  12. Starting To Worry About Having Kids Now

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  13. Chicken Nuggets

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  14. Iga Nephritis

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  15. Trick Or Treating The Gluten Free Way

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  16. Amusing Stories

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  17. Yogos

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  18. Kids Test Results

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  19. Good "sick" Foods For Sick Kids

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  20. Thermos For Lunch

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  21. Lost On What To Feed My Little One...

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