Can a Childhood Virus Trigger Celiac Disease?

A common intestinal virus contracted in early childhood appears to initiate the later development of celiac disease, according to a new report from Norway.

Common Food Additive Suspect in Celiac Disease

According to new research, a food additive commonly used in cheese, bread, hot dogs, pasta and other processed foods might both cause and trigger the autoimmune attacks that are characteristic of celiac disease.