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Every day, researchers are working to get a better understanding of celiac disease and its various presentations. Ongoing research is also exploring potential drug treatments for celiac disease.

Note: Prior to December 2015, Beyond Celiac was known as the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Learn more about the name change here.

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Babies, stomach infections and celiac disease risk

Babies who get more gastrointestinal infections more likely to develop celiac disease

Is celiac disease on the rise?

A review of current evidence

New ways to understand celiac disease research

Three tools make it easier to follow clinical trials and participate

A gluten-free drug problem

Patients worry about whether their medications are safe on the gluten-free diet

A shorter gluten challenge may be possible

Celiac disease diagnosis would easier for those on the gluten-free diet before testing

More than one in four celiac disease patients don’t get proper care

 Many say they don’t need follow-up healthcare or don’t trust doctors to provide it

 

Gluten-free diet does not benefit heart health if you don’t have celiac disease

Lack of whole grains may actually increase risk of heart disease

Celiac Straight Talk launches

Beyond Celiac gets real about living with celiac disease in new podcast

Celiac disease studies show connections with common virus and anorexia

Additional research shows high rate of celiac disease in adolescents and need for more evidence for screening

Have you been glutened?

An at-home pregnancy-like test may soon be available to give you the answer

Disappointing results in celiac disease drug trial but future hopeful

Patients in CeliAction study improve whether given drug or not

A Closer Look at 3 Controversial Food Issues

Beer, rice and oats in the gluten-free diet prompt scientific review

A Vaccine to Treat Celiac Disease Gets Closer 

Research zeroing in on the doses needed

From Never Asked to In Demand

New Beyond Celiac board member emphasizes patients role in celiac disease research

A Broad View of Celiac Disease

​New Beyond Celiac Board member brings experience in treatment, education and research

Relationship Status Update

Exploring the connection between celiac disease and the gluten-free diet

Spitting Image

An enzyme in saliva, which is also found in a popular Japanese dish, could treat celiac disease

GEMM Babies Continue to Shine

An update on research following children at risk for celiac disease 

Healthcare Costs Pinch the Pocket

Celiac disease patients pay two to four times more for medical care

Groundbreaking Advocacy Leader Joins Beyond Celiac Board

Robert Beall brings innovative style to help move the bar on celiac disease research.

Top Research News Posts of 2016

We gathered your favorite Research News posts from 2016 in one place.

One in Five Children Not Healing on the Gluten-Free Diet

​A return to repeat biopsy might be needed to monitor how kids with celiac disease are really doing

Patients Write a Social Media Diary of Living with Gluten Exposure

People living with celiac disease sound off on the realities of trying to live 100% gluten-free. 

Your Social Media Conversations Matter in Celiac Disease Research

Your voice drives celiac disease research. Kristin Voorhees, MA, Beyond Celiac Director of Healthcare Initiatives breaks down how. 

Oh Baby: Infants Play Key Role in Research into How Celiac Disease Develops

Study continues to enroll babies, with goal of following 500 for 5 years

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