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Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles

10/28/2010

UMD Center for Celiac Research Gets Record $45 Million Donation

UPDATE: Videos! Major contribution will fund new research institute to investigate the autoimmune disorder.

10/26/2010

Patients May Suffer Side Effects from Endoscopy

Celiac expert leads analysis that finds 1 percent of endoscopic procedures land patient in the ER.

10/19/2010

Lab Uses Milk Protein to Mimic Gluten

New solution could give gluten-free bread better texture.

10/14/2010

Celiac Disease: An Underappreciated Issue in Women’s Health

Extensive literature review shows potential role of celiac disease in women’s health issues and indicates need for greater awareness among healthcare providers.

10/12/2010

Internal Control Affects Gluten-Free Diet Compliance

Celiacs with strong internal control stick to the gluten-free diet and report higher quality of life, study finds.

10/01/2010

Celiac Disease, Bone Disorders and Back Pain

Case study finds back pain improves with vitamin supplements and gluten-free diet.

09/28/2010

Celiac Disease Rate Growing Among Adults

New study finds prevalence doubled every 15 years.

09/23/2010

Children with Potential Celiac Disease May Suffer Intestinal Damage within 3 Years

In a new study, one-third of children biopsied showed villous atrophy by 3-year follow-up.

09/21/2010

Celiac Disease Included in “Hidden Disability” Study

Stressing accountability and positivity, celiac says disease is "what you make of it."

09/16/2010

Media Study Examines How Celiacs Use Online Resources

Gluten-free blogs and social media are go-to sources for celiac information.

09/10/2010

Eat Wheat - Without the Side Effects?

Scientific advancements could lead to a celiac-friendly wheat.

09/07/2010

No Increased Risk of Colorectal Cancer Among Celiacs

A new study confirms that celiacs and non-celiacs have a similar risk for colorectal cancer.

09/02/2010

Researchers: C-Sections Will Continue to Rise

More moms are opting for cesarean delivery, which has been linked to celiac disease.

08/30/2010

Research Touts Numerous Benefits of Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can ward off disease, for both mother and baby.

08/25/2010

Block on Stem Cell Funding Could Hinder Celiac Disease Breakthroughs

Celiac disease was listed among the conditions scientists hope to explore using stem cells.

08/24/2010

Long-Term Follow-Up of Patients with Celiac Disease

Survey of Canadian gastroenterologists confirms need for consensus-based guidelines in care.

08/20/2010

Celiac Disease May Increase Risk of Thyroid Cancer

Italian researchers found celiac patients face a 2.5-fold increase in the risk of developing papillary cancer of the thyroid.

08/17/2010

Beer Study Suggests Link Between Gluten Sensitivity and Psoriasis

Women who ingest more full-calorie beer, which has high barley content, are more likely to have the skin disorder.

08/13/2010

“Significant Correlation” Between Celiac Disease and Reproductive Disorders

Researchers recommend screening for celiac in women with reproductive issues.

08/10/2010

Gluten-Free Isn't Just About Avoidance

Nutritional intake is also a key factor in the gluten-free diet, researchers advise.

08/06/2010

Celiac Crisis: A Rare but Serious Complication

Researchers warn of severe gastrointestinal symptoms and malabsoption seen in this condition.

08/05/2010

Is Wheat Breeding a Possible Cause of the Rise in Celiac Prevalence?

Modern breeding practices may have increased exposure, but they could also help reduce toxicity.

07/30/2010

Evaluation of AGA Testing Continues

Researchers confirm poor specificity for celiac, but AGA tests may have relevance for related conditions.

07/28/2010

Investigators: At-Home DNA Tests “Misleading”

Contradictory results identified across 15 diseases, including celiac.

07/23/2010

Research Reaffirms Prevalence of Celiac Disease in Patients with IBS

More evidence indicates need for celiac disease screening.

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