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More people may have celiac disease than previously estimated|
Date: 2013-09-24 12:39:30
A new study revealed that many more people may have celiac disease than previously estimated. The study used a randomly selected control group and tested members of the group's gluten tolerance to determine if they had the disease. Researchers found that the disease was much more common than current estimates among the study group.
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New practices could help those diagnosed with celiac disease|
Date: 2013-09-18 17:32:19
For those diagnosed with celiac disease, coming in contact with any gluten can be extremely harmful. New practices for restaurants in the Atlanta area could help those with celiac disease and other food-related issues to keep away from allergens.
New findings could improve autoimmune treatments|
Date: 2013-09-16 12:19:40
New findings could help improve techniques when it comes to fighting autoimmune disorders. These disorders are common but can sometimes be hard to track and diagnose without proper lab tests.
What are autoimmune diseases?...
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