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Celiac News from 2003

  1. [New!] Longitudinal changes in bone metabolism and bone mineral content in children with celiac disease during consumption of a gluten-free diet. (28 December 2003)
  2. [New!] Prevalence of celiac disease in Brazilian children of short stature. (28 December 2003)
  3. [New!] Coeliac disease: investigation of proposed causal variants in the CTLA4 gene region. (28 December 2003)
  4. [New!] Telomere length study in celiac disease. (28 December 2003)
  5. [New!] Celiac disease awareness is increasing. (28 December 2003)
  6. Association between panic disorder, major depressive disorder and celiac disease: a possible role of thyroid autoimmunity. (14 December 2003)
  7. Cause of digestive disorder found. See also Coeliac disease: in vivo toxicity of the putative immunodominant epitope. (7 December 2003)
  8. Digesting the cause of coeliac disease. (7 December 2003)
  9. Bone mineral density of the lumbar spine in children and adolescents with celiac disease on a gluten-free diet in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (7 December 2003)
  10. Celiac Sprue: What You Should Know. (7 December 2003)
  11. Feeling lousy? Maybe it's something you ate is an article about celiac. (30 November 2003)
  12. Celiac Disease: A Pediatric Perspective. (23 November 2003)
  13. Coeliac disease in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus and auto-immune thyroid disorders. (23 November 2003)
  14. Detection of New Antibody Improves Diagnosis of Coeliac Disease in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes. (9 November 2003)
  15. Celiac disease and autoimmune diseases or systemic disease. Six cases and a review of the literature. (2 November 2003)
  16. Gluten back on menu for celiac sufferers? (2 November 2003)
  17. Vaccine research whets Coeliac patient's appetite. (2 November 2003)
  18. Celiac diet: Its impact on quality of life. (26 October 2003)
  19. Local family works to fight celiac disease. (19 October 2003)
  20. Celiac disease – a never-ending story? (12 October 2003)
  21. Celiac disease: A future without gluten-free diet? (12 October 2003)
  22. A prospective study of the incidence of childhood celiac disease. (12 October 2003)
  23. Characterization of cereal toxicity for celiac disease patients based on protein homology in grains. (12 October 2003)
  24. The molecular basis of celiac disease. (12 October 2003)
  25. The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia is holding a Patient Education Day on Saturday November 15, 2003 at Columbia University in New York. (5 October 2003)
  26. The Center for Celiac Research web site has a lot of information for people with celiac. They also have a page about the American Celiac Task Force, which is lobbying for improved nutritional labels on foods. (5 October 2003)
  27. Fracture risk in people with celiac disease: a population-based cohort study. (5 October 2003)
  28. A food store that's about more than food. (28 September 2003)
  29. Genetic disease doesn't ground spirit. (28 September 2003)
  30. Interleukin 15: A key to disrupted intraepithelial lymphocyte homeostasis and lymphomagenesis in celiac disease. (14 September 2003)
  31. San Francisco Bay Area Celiacs, along with Department Of Pediatrics at the Stanford School of Medicine, is sponsoring the Fourth Annual Stanford Celiac Conference on Saturday, September 6, 2003. (31 August 2003)
  32. Risk of malignancy in patients with celiac disease. (31 August 2003)
  33. Risk of duodenal adenoma in celiac disease. (31 August 2003)
  34. Living with celiac disease: One man's journey. (31 August 2003)
  35. New Edmonds restaurant to forgo wheat in recipes. (31 August 2003)
  36. Increased levels of bovine serum albumin antibodies in patients with type 1 diabetes and celiac disease-related antibodies.. (3 August 2003)
  37. Children born in the summer have increased risk for coeliac disease (27 July 2003)
  38. Celiac Disease Is More Prevalent In U.S. (27 July 2003)
  39. Collaboration is the key: Identification of a celiac protein. (20 July 2003)
  40. Causes of death in patients with celiac disease in a population-based Swedish cohort. (20 July 2003)
  41. Collaboration is the key: Identification of a celiac protein. (13 July 2003)
  42. How Common Is Celiac Disease In Eastern Saudi Arabia?. (29 June 2003)
  43. Prevalence of Celiac Disease among Children in Finland. (22 June 2003)
  44. Against the grain: Many unaware gluten causing their distress. (15 June 2003)
  45. Boy Helps Doctors: 3rd-grader's science project key to diagnosing disease. (15 June 2003)
  46. Daily Coping Strategies for Patients and Their Families. (8 June 2003)
  47. Inhibitors for human TGM2 enzyme. (1 June 2003)
  48. In the US, new concerns about celiac disease. (1 June 2003)
  49. It's Possible to Eat Well Without Gluten. (1 June 2003)
  50. Walk raises money for celiac disease research. (1 June 2003)
  51. Dealing with the diet of celiac disease. (1 June 2003)
  52. Gluten-free diet not as difficult as it appears. (1 June 2003)
  53. Around South County: Family grateful for girl's recovery. (1 June 2003)
  54. Presentations of adult celiac disease in a nationwide patient support group. (18 May 2003)
  55. The Canadian celiac health survey – the Ottawa chapter pilot. Full text available in PDF format. (18 May 2003)
  56. Celiac disease hits close to home. (18 May 2003)
  57. PerkinElmer Launches Powerful New Method for Determining Predisposition to Celiac Disease. (4 May 2003)
  58. Recognizing and managing celiac disease in primary care. (20 April 2003)
  59. Celiac disease. (20 April 2003)
  60. Celiac Sprue Disease. (20 April 2003)
  61. Celiacs’ health improves after diagnosis, but they must eat carefully. (20 April 2003)
  62. Family learns to cope with a gluten-free life. (20 April 2003)
  63. Consumer news: Help with gluten-free living. (20 April 2003)
  64. Gluten sensitivity in a subset of children with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. (6 April 2003)
  65. Changing presentation of adult celiac disease. (6 April 2003)
  66. Increased prevalence of autoimmune diseases in first-degree relatives of patients with celiac disease. (6 April 2003)
  67. Association between migraine and celiac disease: results from a preliminary case-control and therapeutic study. (6 April 2003)
  68. Oats and the gluten-free diet. Also available in PDF format (16 March 2003)
  69. Analysis of the structure and strength of bones in celiac disease patients. (16 March 2003)
  70. Prevalence of antitissue transglutaminase antibodies in different degrees of intestinal damage in celiac disease. (16 March 2003)
  71. Lack of endoscopic visualization of intestinal villi with the "immersion technique" in overt atrophic celiac disease. (16 March 2003)
  72. Prevalence of celiac disease among relatives of sib pairs with celiac disease in U.S. families. (16 March 2003)
  73. Screening of celiac disease in first-degree relatives. (16 March 2003)
  74. Urinary NOx:Creatinine Ratios During Gluten Challenge in Children With Celiac Disease. (16 March 2003)
  75. Prevalence of type 1 diabetes-specific autoantibodies and of certain HLA patterns in celiac disease. (9 March 2003)
  76. Refractory iron deficiency anemia as the primary clinical manifestation of celiac disease. (9 March 2003)
  77. An Ailment's Common Grain: Survey Finds Surprising Incidence of Gluten Reaction. (2 March 2003)

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