Gluten free diets are becoming all the rage these days. But, should everybody go gluten free?
Since gluten is found in so many foods, researchers have been working to find treatments for Celiac disease that don’t require patients to drastically alter their diet.
Going gluten-free is not just a fad. Gluten-related disorders are definitely increasing. There are a number of reasons and theories for why.
Remember the savory party mixes we ate as kids? This recipe from Carol Fenster is similar, but slightly sweet instead.
There are lots of different types of transplants for lots of different medical conditions. One of the newest is called a fecal transplant and has had proven success for clearing some infections.
Can’t live without your morning cup of joe? That may be a good thing: more and more studies are pointing to the health benefits of our favorite caffeinated beverage, especially when it comes to warding off liver disease.
Inflammatory bowel disease includes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis – conditions that can cause a range of symptoms in patients. There are promising new treatments and drugs to help provide relief.
Those suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease are now turning to a new technology called LYNX for relief.
Celiac Disease is one of the most prevalent genetic autoimmune disorders that affects one in 100 people.
A new procedure called “ERCP” is providing relief for sufferers of pancreatitis.