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

By David Fowler

Here is the monthly “best of the web” articles on Celiac Disease for the month of September.  Monthly I sort though the articles on Celiac Disease found by Google Alerts and post them here.  If you have an article you’d like to pass along, please click the comment link below.


Undiagnosed Celiac Disease
MD News (press release)
Older individuals with undiagnosed celiac disease are at increased risk for osteoporosis and hypothyroidism compared to those without celiac disease,
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Back to school advice for those with food allergies
KARE
It’s a condition called Celiac Disease. So Lukkarila was surprised to find the Northland Celiac Support Group has a list of vendors who serve gluten free
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Are New Wheat Breeds Driving Up Celiac Disease Rates?
http://www.celiac.com/articles/22273/1/Are-New-Wheat-Breeds-Driving-Up-Celiac-Disease-Rates/Page1.html

 


Does eating gluten cause eczema?
CNN (blog)
Celiac disease is also called gluten-sensitive enteropathy and nontropical sprue. It is an allergy to gluten in the diet. People with this disease often
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Doctors: There Are No Typical Celiac Disease Symptoms
ShutterVoice
Seeing to the rising trend in the Celiac disease, Dr. Jason Scott developed his personal website: Celiac.Com. It is dedicated to all the patients out there,
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Restaurants supporting National Celiac Disease Awareness Day, September 13
Examiner.com
Tomorrow, September 13 is National Celiac Disease Awareness Day. Dining out can be difficult for persons with celiac disease and other forms of gluten
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Be your own advocate
Victoria Advocate (blog)
which could indicate a myriad of other illnesses – diabetic gastroparesis, Chron’s disease, GERD, Celiac disease (gluten intolerance), ulcers, etc.
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Gluten-free has gone big time, but why so popular?
The Associated Press
Gluten does affect some people, notably people with celiac disease. But celiacs, who suffer an immune reaction if they eat food with gluten, such as bread
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SQI Diagnostics Receives Health Canada License for its Automated IgX PLEX
NewsyStocks.com
The license allows the Company to market and sell the IgX PLEX Celiac product in Canada. “The addition of the IgX PLEX Celiac test kit to our growing
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Gluten-free? Ideas for holiday meals
Creston News Advertiser
There are many reasons you might be doing this, but for many people the search for gluten-free starts with celiac disease.
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Creston News Advertiser

FDA Clears Gliadin Tests with Deamidated Peptides for Celiac Disease
Medscape
In celiac disease, patients develop antibodies directed against gliadin, the alcohol-soluble fraction of gluten. According to company information,
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Rates of celiac disease continue to rise, particularly among adults
Private MD
However, a new study has found that even older adults may benefit from celiac disease testing. The disease is characterized by an inability to digest gluten
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Private MD

 

Celiac Disease May Be Increasing, Particularly in the Elderly
Medscape
September 28, 2010 — The incidence of celiac disease (CD) may be increasing, particularly in the elderly, according to the results of a study reported
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Celiac disease cases doubling every 15 years
CNN (blog)
The rate of celiac disease is growing and the onset of gluten intolerance can occur in older people, a study in the Annals of Medicine found.
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