Celiac Disease on the web, the best articles in July 2010

By David Fowler

I love Google Alerts.  Google Alerts allow you to receive an email daily or any time a particular a search term appears in the news.  Since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease, it had been a great resource as my alert searches for “Celiac Disease”.  Most days there and three or four new articles, most of which are introductions to Celiac Disease.  Every so often, there are gems.  Below is my gem list collected over the last month.  I’ll keep sharing them as I come across them.


How Stuff Works: How gluten works
istockAnalyst.com (press release)
It’s because there is a fairly large group of people who have a gluten allergy called Celiac disease. There could be as many as 3 million people in the US
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‘Gluten-free’ foods may be contaminated
msnbc.com
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – People with celiac disease and others who avoid gluten should beware that foods that are supposed to be naturally gluten-free
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New gluten policy raises questions
Victoria Times Colonist
Knowing whether foods contain these ingredients is imperative for people with a gluten intolerance or with celiac disease, a condition that affects an
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Diabetes and celiac disease
Monterey County Herald
Senecal has celiac disease — an intolerance to gluten, a group of proteins that give “glue” or elastic properties to wheat, rye and barley.
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Separating Wheat From Chaff in Celiac Disease
U.S. News & World Report
By Nathan Seppa, Science News Three protein fragments are looking like the guilty parties in celiac disease, an intestinal ailment that affects as many as
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Vitamins needed to help celiacs stave off bone disease
EurekAlert (press release)
Children with celiac disease need to include certain must-have vitamins in their diets to stave off weak bones and osteoporosis, say researchers at the
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‘Toxic trio’ in celiac disease pinpointed after analysis of 2700 gluten
ProHealth
“The holy grail in celiac disease research has been to identify the toxic peptide components of gluten; and that’s what we’ve done.
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Many Celiac Disease Sufferers Wait for Diagnosis for 11 Years
MedIndia
Celiac disease occurs when the body fails to recognize the protein gluten and hence attacks it. Some of the features of the disease include abdominal pain,
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Outdoor play best medicine for kids with celiac disease
TopNews
Researchers in Canada have advised that children with celiac disease should go outside and play, and take vitamins to ward off weak bones and osteoporosis.
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‘No scientific basis’ seen for at-home DNA tests
CNN (blog)
The GAO report compared results for 15 diseases – including, Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, celiac disease and hypertension – and say the results of the tests
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Cycling for Celiacs – Victoria to Edmonton Trek
Sherwood Park News
This event helps to raise funds for Celiac research, advocacy with products and labeling and celebrating a healthy lifestyle. The 11th Annual Cycling for
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Study: Children with celiac disease need vitamins for bone health
Dr. Cutler
A new study finds that kids with celiac disease (CD) need certain vitamins in their diets to stave off weak bones and osteoporosis. Researchers looked at 43
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