This study questions if runners with stress injuries be tested for celiac disease.
This study in Sweden found there is a high risk among children with potential coeliac disease (defined as positive blood work but normal biopsy) to develop celiac disease within 5 years.
The Celiac Dietary Adherence Test (CDAT) was found to be a reasonable and simple way to estimate adherence to a GF diet in this study conducted with teenagers in Sweden.
This study looked at the nutritional status of children with CD and concluded "that growth failure and low height, weight, and BMI were prevalent among the children with CD. Moreover, in addition to gastrointestinal symptoms, a considerable number of patients had skeletal pain and anemia."
This study found that people with celiac disease have an increased risk of skin disorders.