Celiac Disease: Medical Issues
Just Diagnosed with Celiac Disease?
Just diagnosed with celiac disease? Here are some potential celiac disease complications you may need to watch out for.
The Gluten-Free Diabetes Diet
Learning to live on a gluten-free diabetes diet is harder than learning to live with either celiac disease or diabetes alone. People with both conditions need to maintain blood glucose control AND keep gluten out of their diet.
Celiac Disease Research Advances
Follow these links to read about some of the celiac disease research advances reported recently. Scientific research advances are described in chronological order.
Gluten Free Be Ready Kit Helps Hospitals Feed Celiac Patients
When celiac patients are hospitalized, can they count on safe, satisfying gluten free hospital food? Celinal Foods' Gluten Free Be Ready Kit helps hospitals feed gluten free patients.
Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic, by Peter H.R. Green MD & Rory Jones
Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic, by Peter H.R. Green, M.D. and Rory Jones is encyclopedic, authoritative, and remarkably easy to read. It should be required reading for patients and their doctors.
Call for Participants to Test AT-1001, New Drug for Celiac Disease
Alba Pharmaceuticals is seeking adult volunteers with celiac disease to participate in a clinical trial of their new drug, AT-1001.
Dapsone Offers Short-Term Relief for Dermatitis Herpetiformis Sufferers
If you're going gluten-free as a result of a dermatitis herpetiformis diagnosis, the skin medication dapsone can offer relief while you're implementing your new gluten-free diet.
Undiagnosed Celiac Disease Can Lead to Infertility
Undiagnosed celiac disease can lead to infertility in both men and women. Here's what you need to know about celiac disease and infertility.
What is refractory celiac disease?
If you have refractory celiac disease, it means you're not healing on the gluten-free diet. Learn about the condition and your treatment options.