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Celiac disease patients not at increased risk of getting COVID-19

A survey of more than 10,000 celiac disease patients around the world found the risk of getting COVID-19 was not increased compared to the general population.


Phase 2 study relaunching in November

Celiac disease study postponed due to COVID-19 is relaunching in November


Cesarean section, antibiotics and formula cause changes in the immune system of babies at risk for celiac disease

More research is needed to determine if these enviromental factors can be linked to development of celiac disease, a goal of the on-ongoing GEMM study


New research may lead to a test for gluten sensitivity

Research identifying antibodies produced by people with non-celiac gluten sensitivity could lead to a blood test for the condition.


Higher healthcare bills

A review of five years of health insurance claims found that people with celiac disease pay more healthcare costs than those who don't have celiac disease.


Launch of new late-stage Phase 2b study for celiac disease patients who continue to have symptoms while on a gluten-free diet

A trial that launched in late August will test PRV-015 in symptomatic celiac disease patients


Probiotics might play a role in treatment of celiac disease in the future

Some studies show hopeful glimmers, but what should celiac disease patients do about probiotics until more is know about their role in celiac disease?


Drugs designed to break down gluten with enzymes report new developments

Enzymes that break down gluten are moving ahead in clinical trials to determine if they might be key to new treatments for celiac disease.


Two new studies point to diet deficiencies in celiac disease

Two European studies point to nutritional concerns for celiac disease patients, one in lack of vitamins and minerals and the other in knowledge about overall healthy eating.


Kids, canker sores and celiac disease

Canker sores can be a sign of celiac disease in children, especially when accompanied by mild malnutrition, iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia, according to a new study from Turkey.


Children with celiac disease at greater risk for mental health issues

About one-third of children with celiac disease have mental health disorders, primarily anxiety disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new study.


Celiac disease increases risk of inflammatory bowel disease

Those who have celiac disease are also at increased risk for also having IBD and vice versa, a new study concludes


Environmental factors that might be related to celiac disease

Researchers from New York University did an early study into whether toxic chemicals found in pesticides, nonstick cookware and fire retardants should be considered as possible environmental factors related to celiac disease. They caution more study is needed.


New evidence gluten in gluten-free diet

When researchers measured gluten exposure in the real world, they found that celiac disease patients frequently get gluten in their gluten-free diet.


Celiac Disease Specific Worries from COVID-19 Survey

Early results from a Go Beyond Celiac survery about celiac disease and COVID-19 reveal what people with celiac disease are thinking about during the pandemic.


Celiac disease patients have a slightly higher mortality risk

A study of about 50,000 Swedish celiac disease patients found that about 9.7 out of 100 died of all causes over a 10 year period compared to 8.6 people who did not have celiac disease.


Studies of celiac disease and type 1 diabetes expand understanding of both

Celiac disease antibodies, gluten introduction and role of viruses explored in studies of children with celiac disease and type 1 diabetes


Beyond Celiac grant recipient plays key role in helping combat COVID-19

A UK scientist who received a 2019 Beyond Celiac research grant is now applying some of the same tools used in his celiac disease work to study of COVID-19


Brain images show celiac disease related damage

A new study found evidence of brain damage in specialized scans of the brain among celiac disease patients. Cognitve deficency and mental health issues were also detected.


Columbia Celiac Disease Symposium adjusts to university's Coronavirus restrictions

Key takeawayes and celiac disease research news from the 2020 Columbia Celiac Disease Symposium


Diagnosis of celiac disease increasing in Western World

Celiac disease incidence is increasing in the Western world. To understand this, picture celiac disease incidence as the speed of water filling a bathtub and celiac disease prevalence as the water pooled in the tub.


First model of celiac disease in mice developed

The first mouse model of celiac disease is designed to help further studies into new treatments.


Beyond Celiac research to be presented at Digestive Disease Week

Beyond Celiac will present results of its community survey about patient participation in celiac disease research at the largest gathering of doctors and researchers in gastroenterology.


New Phase 2 Clinical Trial for Symptomatic Celiac Disease Patients Launches

Testing of latiglutenase to relieve symptoms in celiac disease patients continues with the launch of a clinical trial in December


Gluten-free diets may actually be low-gluten diets, study suggests

Gluten found in food, urine and stool samples from celiac disease patients

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