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Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles


Case Study Proves Celiac Disease Goes Beyond Gastrointestinal Symptoms

21-year-old woman presents with depressive mood, anemia and clumsiness, but no GI issues.


Celiac Disease and Thyroid Disease: A Two-Way Street

Link reinforces need for early diagnosis and adoption of gluten-free diet.


Review: More Questions than Answers in Celiac Disease and Infertility Research

Studies show that celiac disease affects fertility and pregnancy outcomes, but the mechanisms remain unclear.


Should Individuals with Potential Celiac Disease Go Gluten-Free?

New research suggests that those with positive celiac blood test should adopt gluten-free diet, even if biopsy is normal.


Celiac Disease and Brain Function

Review article highlights potential neurological effects of celiac disease in adults and children.


NIH Board Approves Center for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics

New center will support development of new therapeutics, which bodes well for celiac treatment research.


Could New Antibody Test Detect Celiac Years Before Positive tTG?

Glo-3A antibodies, triggered by autoimmune response to wheat, were higher in children with celiac disease and peaked 2 years before elevated tTG.


More Evidence of Link Between Female Reproductive Issues and Celiac Disease

Study finds women with reproductive problems tested positive for celiac disease more often than control group.


Article: Gluten Sensitivity and the Impact on the Brain

Renowned neurologist notes "remarkable change" in 9-year-old girl after switching to gluten-free diet.


Researchers: Celiac Disease Prevalence May Be Overestimated

A group of Italian researchers suggests that prevalence may be closer to 1 in 160, but two recent studies were left out of review.


UMD Center for Celiac Research Gets $50,000 from Holiday Light Display

Celiac disease researchers reap benefits from Christmas webcam sensation.


Salivary Screening of Celiac Disease in Children Proves Promising

Study of more than 4,000 children indicates that saliva samples could be new, simple tool to speed celiac diagnosis.


Decreased Fertility Evident in Women 2 Years Before Celiac Diagnosis

New study sheds light on link between celiac disease and fertility issues.


Perception of Health on Gluten-Free Diet Differs Among Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Celiacs

New research finds that celiacs who display no signs or symptoms report decreased sense of well-being on gluten-free diet.


UMD Center for Celiac Research Gets Record $45 Million Donation

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


Patients May Suffer Side Effects from Endoscopy

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


Lab Uses Milk Protein to Mimic Gluten

New solution could give gluten-free bread better texture.


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.


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.


Celiac Disease, Bone Disorders and Back Pain

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


Celiac Disease Rate Growing Among Adults

New study finds prevalence doubled every 15 years.


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.


Celiac Disease Included in “Hidden Disability” Study

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


Media Study Examines How Celiacs Use Online Resources

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


Eat Wheat - Without the Side Effects?

Scientific advancements could lead to a celiac-friendly wheat.

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