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Study Finds Celiac Disease Common in the US

HealthDay News–New research suggests that 1.4 million Americans have celiac disease but don’t realize it, while 1.6 million people are on gluten-free diets— a treatment for celiac disease — even though they might not need it. The findings, which estimate that 1.8 million Americans have celiac disease — an autoimmune condition — suggest that a … Continue reading

Free American Autoimmune Association Forum to Feature Autoimmune Experts

Newswise — Portland, OR – June 26, 2012: The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) is hosting a “What Every American Needs to Know About Autoimmune Disease” forum on Saturday, August 4th , 2012. The event will be held at Oregon Health Sciences University’s Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in the Vey Conference Center on the 11th … Continue reading

Prescription Drug Act Proves Crucial to Millions of Americans with Chronic Diseases

By Sandra C. Raymond, president and CEO, Lupus Foundation of America Ten years ago, most Americans had never heard of lupus – a chronic autoimmune disease. Today, through education and outreach, more people are becoming familiar with the serious impact lupus has on the health of an estimated 1.5 million Americans. With Congress actively considering … Continue reading

Tips for Gluten Free Living

Gluten-free products seem to be everywhere — from pasta and cookies to bread and even ice cream. Major food retailers such as WalMart, Whole Foods, Wegman’s and Target carry a number of gluten-free products, and PF Chang’s, Outback, Chili’s and other chain restaurants have added several gluten-free menu items. Although it may seem as though … Continue reading

You’re Not Imagining Your Symptoms

By Pat Ivey A number of years ago, my ex-husband’s mother died. This in itself was not unusual, although she was fairly young, in her early 60s. What was notable was that it was only two days before she passed, after she had been in a coma for weeks, when she was finally diagnosed with … Continue reading

Good Bacteria May Hold Key to Madonna’s Health

The secret to Madonna’s staying power may be surprisingly simple: gardening. What the pop star does involves no trowel or soil. Thanks to dishes of fermented soy beans, millet and brown rice prepared by her personal chef, Mayumi Nishimura, Madonna practices a form of inner horticulture — cultivating her intestinal flora in a burgeoning alternative … Continue reading

Study Shows Migraines Common With Celiac Disease

By Mary Brophy Marcus THURSDAY, May 3 (HealthDay News) — Migraine headaches are more likely to plague people with celiac disease than those without it, according to new research. The connection between the digestive tract and the brain has been studied in Europe, but this is the first time American researchers have linked celiac disease … Continue reading

How to Search for Clinical Trials Close to Home

Click on the link below to search by disease and location. The results will show studies that already are underway, as well as those recruiting participants. Clinicaltrials.gov

Doctors Report You Can’t Outgrow Celiac Disease

However, the doctor in this article says you can grow into Celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that’s more than twice as common in the elderly. Read more.