You can make a difference through celiac research

Learn three ways to campaign for the kind of celiac research that could lead to better quality of life, pharmaceutical treatments and alternative therapies.

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Infant Study on Development of Celiac Enrolling

Infants under 6 months of age who have a first-degree relative with celiac are eligible to join the CDGEMM Study to understand the many factors that contribute to the development of celiac.

Gluten-Free Dining Halls

Four universities have created dedicated gluten-free dining halls to provide a safe, hassle-free eating experience for students on the gluten-free diet.

Research Roundup: Celiac Disease Triggers

Read about the results of two recent studies into whether a common virus and cesarean section are celiac disease triggers.

Celiac Caregivers Face Emotional Burden

A recent study found family members who care for celiac patients face a significant emotional burden, with a greater risk for depression and anxiety.

Nonresponsive Celiac Disease

A study in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition found that nearly one in five children with celiac had persistent damage to the gut despite following a gluten-free diet for at least a year.

Thyroid Disease in Celiac Patients

People with celiac disease have a higher risk for thyroid disease, according to recent research. Learn the signs to watch for and when to see a doctor.