People with celiac disease are more likely to visit the doctor with headache complaints, according to a large population study.
People with celiac disease are more likely to suffer from mental health problems including depression and bipolar disorder, according to an Italian study.
Start small and don’t wait too long: That’s the takeaway advice from two recent studies on introducing gluten to children.
In a clinical trial, one of the potential drugs to treat celiac disease reduced persistent symptoms in people already following a gluten-free diet.
Researchers have found that the season in which a child is born influences the development of celiac disease in young children.
We cannot live on grains alone because they do not contain enough amino acids, the building blocks that make protein.
An Italian study shows that two-thirds of adult celiac disease patients who carefully followed a gluten-free diet showed complete recovery after one year.
When ancient cultures started eating grain, people with the genes for celiac disease may have had better protection against tooth decay.
In a small Australian study, hookworms induced gluten tolerance in adult volunteers with celiac disease.
Breastfeeding and careful introduction of gluten-containing foods do not protect infants at risk for celiac disease, according to two new international studies.