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Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles


Celiac School Improves Well-Being of Diagnosed Women on a Gluten-Free Diet

Celiac women who completed 10-session problem-based program reported increase in psychological well-being.


NFCA Supports Continued Funding For Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP)

Military health research can help greater public and curb healthcare costs, letter says.


Link Between Cesarean Section and Celiac Disease Further Defined

Positive association found in elective, not emergency, C-section delivery.


Update on Journal Article Covering "46-Year-Old Woman with Celiac Disease"

NFCA Medical Advisory Board Member Dr. Daniel Leffler addresses the case.


New Evidence of Link Between Celiac Disease and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Study finds high prevalence of celiac disease among patients with ADHD; symptoms improve significantly on gluten-free diet.


Alvine Pharmaceuticals: Therapeutic Drug for Celiac Population Ready for Next Phase of Trial

Participants who took ALV300 had fewer symptoms and less intestinal damage than placebo group after 6-week gluten challenge.


Psychiatric Comorbidities in Women with Celiac Disease

Celiac women on a gluten-free diet may be at risk for depression and disordered eating, study finds.


Journal Article: “A 46-Year-Old Woman with Celiac Disease”

Case study calls for input on questions about reproductive health problems and other celiac symptoms.


Should We Screen Adults for Celiac Disease?

Dr. Vikki Petersen explains why mass screening for celiac disease may be worth it.


Interested in Helping with Celiac Research?

Update: Need has been filled. Call for participants is now closed.Adult relatives of celiacs needed to test the usefulness of a new self-administered blood test.


Do Socioeconomic and Geographical Factors Affect Celiac Disease Risk in Children?

Nationwide study in Sweden finds some associations among celiac children under age 2.


Article: New Clues in Celiac Disease Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical Manifestations, and Treatment

Extensive overview of celiac disease includes graphs, tables and research from around the world.


Study Estimates Global Prevalence and Mortality Rate of Celiac Disease in Children Under Age 5

About 42,000 children may die from celiac disease each year, according to researchers.


Celiac May Raise Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma by Factor of 4

Study finds about 1 in 2,000 people with gluten sensitive enteropathy develops NHL each year.


Celiac Disease Not a Major Risk for Stroke

New nationwide study counters previous research that suggested high risk among celiac patients.


Poor Biopsy Practices Could Contribute to Underdiagnosis of Celiac Disease

Study finds that 65% of biopsies have an insufficient number of samples; better sampling could boost diagnosis sevenfold.


Study Finds 8% of Children Have Food Allergies

Data shows dramatic increase from previous estimates, which put rate at 4%.


Gluten-Free Diet Can Extend “Fertile Life Span” of Women with Celiac Disease

Untreated women may face menopause at a younger age, but early diagnosis & treatment can delay onset.


Breast Milk vs. Formula May Affect Development of Bacteroides in Infants at Risk for Celiac Disease

Prevalence of gut bacteria differed based on type of milk and genetic predisposition.


Children with Celiac Disease At Risk for Anxiety and Depression

Study finds children and teens with celiac disease report higher rates of emotional or behavioral distress.


No Symptoms? If You’re at Risk for Celiac, Gluten-Free Diet May Still Help

New study offers more reasons to screen for celiac in relatives, even when symptoms are absent.


Phase 1 Clinical Trial of Celiac Disease Vaccine Shows Promising Results

Immunotherapeutic vaccine is designed to reduce the body's rejection of gluten, according to renowned researcher and NFCA Medical Advisory Board member Dr. Bob Anderson.


How Should Gluten-Free Certification Work?

NFCA and QAI are launching a gluten-free certification program, but we want your word in the process! Survey now closed.


Oral Manifestations of Celiac Disease: A Clinical Guide for Dentists

Patients and providers can benefit from this celiac disease overview for dentists.


Celiac Patients Want Alternatives to Gluten-Free Diet

Survey of 310 patients found vaccine is at top of wish list.

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