Research

  1. New Guidelines for Screening and Testing for Celiac DIsease

    The American College of Gastroenterology has issued new guidelines for screening and testing for Celiac Disease.  The hope is that these guidelines may lead to earlier and more definitive diagnosis of CD.  Below are some of the highlights of the ne ...

  2. Gluten Sensitivity Manifests as Hives, Headaches, and Lack of Menstrual Cycle

    Gluten sensitivity can manifest in a variety of different forms.  People with gluten sensitivity do not always have obvious digestive symptoms.  Instead, they may present with symptoms of imbalance in other body systems.  A 2011 British Medical Jou ...

  3. Maryland Celiac Center Continues on Cutting Edge of Celiac Research

    For years, the Maryland Celiac Center has played an integral role in celiac research and raising awareness about celiac disease (CD). Not only have they spearheaded the largest epidemiology study ever performed in the US, but their findings have gi ...

  4. Trace Gluten Contamination May Play a Role in Non-Responsive Celiac Disease

    We all know that those individuals who have celiac disease must be on a strict gluten-free diet in order to get their health back on track. For some people with celiac disease, symptoms still persist even after adopting a gluten-free lifestyle.  Pe ...

  5. Latest Gluten-Free and Celiac Disease Research

    Recent studies on celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. News Research ...

  6. Study Refutes Link Between Autism and Celiac Disease

    Doctors have long theorized that children with autism may also suffer from the digestive disorder celiac disease, but two new studies cast doubt on that connection. ...

  7. Possible Celiac Disease Connection Seen in Patients with Fibromyalgia and IBS

    A small study in Spain shows that patients who suffer from fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome may also have celiac disease. ...

  8. Ah Nuts! A Mixed Bag

    Doctors, not to mention parents, have been concerned for years about the ever-increasing number of children who are allergic to nuts of all kinds.  In fact, the number of nut-allergic kids has risen to about 1.5% in the US.  However, a recent artic ...

  9. Increased Risk of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) in Celiac Patients

    People with celiac disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from heart disease as anyone else even if they don’t have traditional risk factors like obesity or high  blood pressure. ...

  10. Foods that Increase Cancer Risk

    Want to know which substances are the most likely to cause cancer? It’s not hard to guess. ...