A Norwegian study found that the risk of developing celiac disease was reduced when the subject's mother ate a high fiber diet while pregnant. Click here to read about this study.
Ciaran Kelly, MD debunked common myths about celiac disease here.
Alessio Fasano, MD, answers patient questions about migraines, ingesting charcoal after an accidental glutening and recommended vitamins and supplements.
Read an update on the Williamsburg, VA case where a child was told to eat his gluten-free food outside a restaurant during a field trip.
Attendees at Digestive Disease Week 2019 learned that only 25% of celiac patients report low disease symptom burden.
Cooking classes can help to improve the quality of life and diet adherence for people with celiac disease.
An inmate shares how difficult it was to get GF food while incarcerated.
European researchers found a novel way to reduce the toxicity of gluten.
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