Researchers studied three million Scandinavian adult women to see if the HPV vaccine had any connection to 44 chronic diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, epilepsy and even celiac disease. They did raise one small exception: celiac disease.

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If we could do something now for celiac research to help get some answers, then maybe we won’t have to worry about celiac in our grandchildren.

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New research from Columbia University is debunking long-held beliefs, making you ask the question, who gets celiac disease anyway?

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Here’s what we know: people who have celiac or a gluten sensitivity cannot eat gluten — which is found in wheat, barley and rye. But researchers are looking to change our options a bit and, maybe someday, create a gluten free wheat.

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With approximately 300 symptoms related to celiac disease, researchers in two separate studies looked closely at two of them: infertility and insomnia. What they could be telling you about celiac disease.

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New research looks into why some communities have more childhood celiac cases than others. There are many theories out there.
This study thinks socioeconomic status may be the reason.

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Diarrhea is probably the most well-known symptom for celiac disease. But maybe not for long. There are fascinating findings in this new research that spans 15 years of celiac cases.

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Ongoing research on arsenic, a level 1 carcinogen, in rice and those who eat a gluten free diet. What can we do to reduce the risk, when we eat a diet heavy in rice?

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A new evaluation of research regarding bone fractures with celiac disease reveals info you should know when you are diagnosed with celiac, plus some questions you can talk to your doctor about, if bone density hasn’t been discussed.

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From a vaccine to a pill to better digest gluten– several treatments for celiac are being researched. But another area of research lies in the wheat itself. Could a lower-gluten wheat be possible?

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