Tag Archives: celiac disease

Hidden in Plain Sight: Tricks and Tips for a Safe, Fun Halloween

Trick-or-Treating & the Teal Pumpkin Project™ CDF has joined with FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) and the Teal Pumpkin Project™ to raise awareness of food allergies and promote inclusion, to ensure that ALL trick-or-treaters can enjoy Halloween! Consider posting a sign on your door and painting a pumpkin teal to signify that you will be giving out […]

Study Finds Potential Link Between Reovirus and Celiac Disease

A research study published in the journal, Science, may have established a link between reovirus and celiac disease. Although reovirus is considered a common and often harmless virus, the study, co-authored by CDF Medical Advisory Board member, Stefano Guandalini, MD, and CDF Research Committee member, Sonia Kupfer, MD, determined that the reovirus, T1L, in some cases, […]

FDA Allows Marketing of First Direct-to-Consumer Tests That Provide Genetic Risk Information for Certain Conditions, Including Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease Foundation welcomes the FDA announcement that 23andMe can offer accessible, lower-cost, direct-to-consumer genetic screening for a number of diseases, including celiac disease. Celiac disease is a serious, genetic, autoimmune disorder caused by an immune reaction to the ingestion of gluten. Although it is often thought of as a rare disease, researchers tell us […]

Gluten-Free Marketplace 2.0 Released

Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to announce the release of Gluten-Free Marketplace 2.0, our completely updated, one-stop destination to search for all of your favorite gluten-free products, services, companies, and recipes. The Gluten-Free Marketplace is available at celiac.org/marketplace and as an app for iPhone and Android. Marketplace 2.0 showcases products and services from companies that […]

Are You Too Fatigued to Have Sex? In Too Much Pain?

A year has passed since Celiac Disease Foundation launched its patient registry, iCureCeliac®. Since our launch, 2,300 participants have contributed their medical information and experiences living with celiac disease and non-celiac wheat/gluten sensitivity. This information will help researchers to better understand, develop treatments for, and ultimately cure celiac disease. Based on our recent data analysis […]