Diagnosis Archives - Celiac Disease
May 11 2015

NFCA Webinar: Right Time, Right Place, Right Conversation

May is Celiac Disease Awareness month, so it is the perfect time to discuss Celiac Disease with your family members. Discussing Celiac Disease with your family is very important, as it is an inherited disease. Often times family members dismiss the idea that they should be tested because they feel just fine, they believe there […]

Feb 11 2012

POLL: What Ails You?

After reading the recent Wall Street Journal article, “New Guide to Who Really Shouldn’t Eat Gluten”, about a new proposal for a classification system for gluten-related disorders, I began to wonder about our readers.  I know many readers have Celiac Disease, but surely there are others who have a gluten sensitivity, wheat allergy or may […]

Jun 10 2011

Poll: Who Knows More about Celiac Disease – Patients or Doctors?

In the U.S., it’s much more common for patients to know more about celiac disease than the average doctor that tests them for it.  The exception to the rule is when you’re referring to patients that are fortunate enough to have doctors that specialize in the condition.  Until there is a therapeutic treatment for the […]

May 4 2011

Announcing NFCA's Webinar 60+: Meeting the Needs of the Mature Celiac

The NFCA is great about helping to educate the public about Celiac Disease.  No better time like Celiac Disease Awareness month to hold a brand new webinar that is geared towards those over 60 years old.  Did you know that 30% of those newly diagnosed Celiacs are over 60?  I didn’t.  This webinar is designed […]

May 3 2011

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month- What Can You Do?

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month.  This is probably not the first time you have heard that and it certainly won’t be the last, not if I can help it.    Some quick facts about Celiac Disease: 1 in 133 people in the US actually have Celiac Disease 97% of those people are undiagnosed Celiac Disease […]