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Celiac Disease Patients Have Higher Fracture Risk


Having celiac disease means a long-term greater risk of nutrient deficiencies that could potentially translate later in life to a greater risk of bone fracture. Fortunately, new research finds that adherence to a gluten-free diet and subsequent healing ...

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