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Ariane

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  1. My 12-year-old was diagnosed with Celiac 18 months ago. When he goes off to college, part of the decision about where he goes will unfortunately depend on dining options (not something anyone should have to consider). There are several universities that do a great job of meeting allergen needs...
  2. So - not the eyebrows, but my son gets red patches and dry flaky skin around his hairline. He has psoriasis in his scalp which was really quite bad before his diagnosis. Small doses of gluten (like from contaminated pans) cause skin problems and lethargy before they make him sick.