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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. To view all information related to drug development and research, please visit our main celiac disease research page. Learn about the Beyond Celiac Science Department here.

Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles

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.

07/21/2010

Study Identifies Potential Celiac Triggers in Gluten

Three peptides may be responsible for immune response; finding could advance drug development.

07/20/2010

Study Indicates Presence of Celiac Disease in 1st Century AD

Artifacts suggest symptoms and diet that point to celiac disease.

07/08/2010

Five Things Everyone Should Know about Celiac Disease and Quality of Life

By, Ursula Saqui, Ph.D.

07/02/2010

Can barley actually treat celiac disease?

06/18/2010

Female celiacs living a gluten-free lifestyle should be screened for anxiety

New reasearch looks at effects of celiac disease on mental health.

05/18/2010

Celiac Disease Risk Increases with C-Section

babies born vaginally less likely to develop condition says latest study

04/14/2010

Mass Screening For Celiac Considered Cost-Effective In Young Adults.

01/07/2010

Gluten Sensitivity v. Celiac Disease- What do we know?

By Vikki Petersen DC, CCN

01/06/2010

Pediatrics Publishes GI Autism Consensus Report

Acknowledges link between gastrointestinal conditions and autism behaviors.

11/03/2009

Pregnancy and Celiac Disease

by Amy Burkhart, MD, RD

10/22/2009

Undiagnosed Celiac Disease can compromise Reproductive Health

NFCA founder and president Alice Bast publishes study in the Journal of Practical Gastroenterology.

08/28/2009

Gluten Free But Still Feeling Ill?

By, Dr. Vikki Peterson, DC, CCN

08/04/2009

Joseph Murray, M.D. describes the findings of Mayo Clinic research published July 1, 2009

Mayo Clinic Research released July 1, 2009.

05/28/2009

Food Sensitivities: The Hidden Cause of Your Health Problem?

By, Susan Linke, MS, RD, CLT

11/13/2008

Appetite for Awareness Creates Gluten-Free Philadelphia Community

11/13/2008

Study Verifies Link Between Celiac and Thyroid Disease

Research published in the October issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism examined the risk of thyroid disease in patients with celiac disease.

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