Because the trigger for the disease is known, celiac disease research is shedding light on other autoimmune diseases.
Genetic testing can give you the lowdown on you or your family’s chances of developing celiac disease.
The gluten-free diet is currently the only way to treat celiac disease, but new drugs are getting closer to reality.
Preventive measures for celiac disease might include introducing particular foods while breastfeeding or enlisting the child to help in the garden or raise chickens.
Nonresponsive celiac disease sufferers experience continued symptoms after the first six to 12 months on the gluten-free diet.
Dr. Daniel Leffler answers reader questions about the link between celiac disease and diabetes.
Studies show that about 2 percent of older adults have celiac disease, which is double the rate for the general population.
Celiac disease can affect other important body systems—including the bones and skeleton.
The number of people in the US who have celiac disease has been doubling every 15 years, with most of the increase found among the elderly, according to a new study.
With news of celiac disease and the gluten-free diet everywhere, I couldn’t help but think how far we’ve come raising awareness of a disease hardly ever heard.