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Patients report a high burden with the gluten-free diet, feeling social isolation, and facing high food costs.
Patients with non-classic symptoms share their road to a celiac diagnosis – and the relief that came with it.
Sixty-six percent of patients had symptoms and dining out was a risk factor.
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Scientist was surprised to find ‘cheap fillers,’ including gluten and soybean.
How real are the concerns, what do you need to watch for, and will there ever be clear labeling?
The Canadian Celiac Association plans to use a $500,000 grant from the federal government to work on reducing gluten cross-contact in crops and developing clear standards for shipping and processing gluten-free foods.
Researchers hoped that Cat-SPIRE would herald a new age in cat allergy treatment. But a late-stage clinical trial has shown that a placebo is just as effective as the therapy.