Neuroimmunology is the study of how the immune system and nervous system relate to one another in the presentation of chronic conditions. Neuroimmune disorders are the eventual appearance and diagnosis of these conditions after they have created enough change to be spotted on a laboratory test such as blood analysis. [...]Read more ›
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Even if you’ve never been diagnosed with celiac disease, you might still have it. Experts in the field estimate that three million Americans live with celiac disease. Very few of them know about their condition. In fact, while 1 in 133 people have this disease only 1 in every 4700 [...]Read more ›
It’s estimated that while no one is born with celiac disease, 1 out of 250 people worldwide will develop it at some point in their life. If you live in the United States your odds are about twice that. If you are a caveman, your odds of getting it are [...]Read more ›
When Survivor contestant turned talk-show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck went public about her diagnosis of celiac disease and her subsequent gluten-free diet, it did a lot to raise awareness of the disease – one that experts estimate affects one in 100 people. But in raising awareness, Hasselbeck may have inadvertently given some people [...]Read more ›
Gout and Celiac Disease; Is There A Connection? There has always been a considerably amount of speculation about whether or not Celiac and Gout share a common thread. There are several well-known symptoms and/or shared health problems of both of them. Among them are indications of Autoimmune Disorders, Rheumatoid Arthritis, [...]Read more ›
Gallbladder disease is a common condition typically affecting young and otherwise healthy individuals. Risk factors include obesity, diabetes, female gender, pregnancy, family history, rapid weight loss, liquid protein diets, and race or ethnic background. When typical symptoms of right sided upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and bloating occur within 15-90 [...]Read more ›
Level of undiagnosed “Celiac Disease” people in America One references estimates that “1 in 133 people in the US have celiac disease” It also cites a study that was conducted to “assess the number of undiagnosed cases of celiac disease due to a lack of awareness and inadequate training among [...]Read more ›