Indigestion, heartburn and stomach cramps usually diminish in just a few hours, but for some people, digestive distress persists, and becomes a concern.
Cold sore, herpes simplex, canker sore, acne or something else? Here, a physician offers some information about the differences.
Children with two copies of a high-risk variant in a specific group of genes have a much higher chance of celiac disease appearing by age 5.
In 2006, the American Dietetic Association updated its recommendations for a gluten-free diet, and the following food lists are based on those guidelines.
Going back to school is usually full of excitement and anticipation... but for parents of children with celiac disease, it can also be a time of anxiety.
If you like to travel, celiac disease doesn't need to be a roadblock.
It's common knowledge that gluten is bad for people with celiac disease. In this video, Joe Rignola explains how gluten impairs intestinal permeability in everyone, and the role it plays in our immune systems and autoimmune disease.
What is, gluten, anyhow? Get the short answer, longer answers and even a video response here!
A healthy and balanced diet, as well as probiotics, have been known to be helpful in preserving gastrointestinal health for quite a long time.
Strong evidence exists showing that the cereal grain sorghum is a safe food for people with celiac disease, who must avoid wheat and certain other grains.
Researchers have found elevated antibodies to gluten proteins of wheat in children with autism in comparison to those without autism.
Researchers have discovered a key molecule that could lead to new therapies for people with celiac disease, an often painful and currently untreatable autoimmune disorder.
A diagnostic method recently developed by UC Santa Barbara professor Patrick Daugherty can reveal — on a molecular level — the factors behind conditions thought to have environmental triggers.