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Anaphylactic reaction to wheat in a toy

CONSUMER ALERT Steve L. Taylor, Ph.D., Food Allergy Research & Resource Program (FARRP), University of Nebraska, Lincoln NE and Sarah M. Boudreau-Romano, M.D., Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago IL Slinky® Brand … Continue reading

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TODAY ONLY!! Become a new Shaklee member today and/or help a new member join today and each new member gets a free Joint health Complex (a $38.00 value). Join with Vitalizer on auto ship and join for free. To get … Continue reading

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Western Mass Celiac & Gluten Free Support Group

Our bi monthly get together. Lots of life changing news. Come on down: CELIAC & GLUTEN FREE SUPPORT GROUP OF WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS March Meeting: 19 MAR 2014, 7 p.m. N.B. THIS IS A Location CHANGE River Valley Market 330 North … Continue reading

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Western Mass Celiac Gluten Free Support Group meeting

Here is the announcement of our bimonthly Western Mass meeting held in Northampton, MA. Note the change of evening to Thursday. This is due to a webinar update Wednesday eve on the new FDA ruling and how it affects us. … Continue reading

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International Celiac Disease Symposium

The bi annual ICDS is being held in Chicago next week. It won’t be back in the U.S.for many years, perhaps 15 years. Here is the info: ICDS 2013 Chicago The global conference for everyone who is interested in the … Continue reading

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FDA Defines Gluten Free

FDA Defines Gluten Free The FDA has issued a final ruling about which foods can be labeled gluten free. Manufacturers must comply by August 5, 2014. The gluten limit has been set at 20 ppm (parts per million). A food … Continue reading

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15th International Celiac Disease Symposium

This is big and very important. This is an annual symposium but will not be back in the U.S. for many years, perhaps 15, if ever. There are two tracks, one for scientists and medical specialists, the other for the … Continue reading

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Lesley University vs. Federal Court gluten free decision

This decision establishes Celiac Disease and Gluten Syndrome, Gluten Enteropathy, Non Celiac Gluten Disease and allergies as disabilities under the American Disabilities Act (ADA). Read on with this press release from the Celiac Sprue Association. Justice Department Settles with Lesley … Continue reading

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Celiac disease and anemia in seniors

Lab results for the senior (geriatric) population frequently shows low iron measurements. The most common parameters are Red Blood Cells, Hemoglobin, and Hematocrit. From these iron deficiency anemia may be diagnosed. Ferritin, a value reflecting iron reserves, is usually not … Continue reading

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