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  1. Celiac Disease: New Hope for a Pill Treatment?

    By Barbara Bronson Gray HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 8 (HealthDay News) -- For people with celiac disease, everyday foods such as bread, pizza crust and muffins are potential enemies. But scientists anticipate that some day a simple pill could help prevent the digestive upsets caused by ingesting

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  2. Scientists Working Toward Pill for Celiac Disease

    Dec. 21, 2012 -- Scientists say they’re working on a pill that may one day help people with celiac disease tolerate foods that contain gluten, a protein that is found in wheat and other grains. “It would be pretty much like the Lactaid pill,” says researcher Justin B. Siegel, PhD, an assistant profe

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  3. Do You Need a Gluten-Free Diet? Probably Not

    Aug. 1, 2012 -- For a lot of people, gluten-free diets are more trend than treatment, a new study shows. The study estimates that 1.8 million Americans have celiac disease. Another 1.6 million are on gluten-free diets, the recommended treatment for celiac disease. Yet there's almost no overlap betwe

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  4. Jennifer's Way: Helping Those with Celiac Disease

    When Jennifer Esposito was diagnosed with celiac disease three years ago, the actress was shocked and relieved. "It was hard, but it was also the day I realized the person I once knew as 'me' was gone," says Esposito, 39, who plays detective Jackie Curatola on the CBS hit police drama Blue Bloods. M

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  5. Guide to Gluten-Free Flours

    Are you on a gluten-free diet? Regular breads, bagels, muffins, and many other store-bought baked goods are not allowed on gluten-free eating plans. Here's what you need to know before you buy gluten-free grain products or bake them at home. Gluten is a protein present in wheat flour, which is widel

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  6. New Treatment for Celiac Disease?

    Feb. 9, 2011 -- Blocking an inflammatory protein called interleukin-15 (IL-15) may help treat the symptoms of celiac disease and prevent the development of celiac disease in certain at-risk people, according to new research in mice published in Nature. Celiac disease is an autoimmune and inflammator

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  7. Celiac, Crohn's Disease Share Common Genetic Links

    Jan. 27, 2011 -- An international team of researchers has identified four genetic variants common to celiac disease and Crohn?s disease. The research may help to explain why people who have celiac disease appear to have a higher rate of Crohn?s disease than the general population. It may one day lea

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  8. Celiac Disease Can Develop at Any Age

    Sept 27, 2010 -- New research shows that you can develop celiac disease at any age -- even if you previously tested negative for this autoimmune intestinal disorder. During the past 30 years, there has been a fivefold increase in the prevalence of celiac disease, and a lot of these cases occurred in

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  9. Gluten-Free Camp Helps Celiac Disease Kids

    Feb. 15, 2010 -- A week at a gluten-free camp improves the lives of kids with celiac disease, say researchers at the University of California, San Francisco. People with celiac disease develop intestinal damage and painful symptoms if they eat even a little gluten, a protein found in foods made from

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  10. 5 Questions Find Hidden Celiac Disease in Kids

    Feb. 1, 2010 - Five simple questions can help you find out whether your child needs a gluten-free diet, Danish researchers suggest. Many children have celiac disease, a disorder that causes damage to the intestines when food containing gluten is eaten. Such kids do much better on a gluten-free diet.

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