10 Things You Need To Know About Celiac Disease

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When people with celiac disease eat gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye and barley), their immune system forms antibodies to gluten which then attack the intestinal lining.

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Have A Child With Epilepsy? Here’s How To Cope With The Emotional Impact.

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I see a lot of children with epilepsy in my practice and have recognized over the years how profoundly this condition impacts not just the child but the rest of the family members, too. To help everyone involved deal with the many interrelated aspects involved with epilepsy, I offer this blog. As well as the physical

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Breakfast, Breakfast, How I Love Thee, Let Me Count the Ways!

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Oh, breakfast!!! If I could eat it for all three meals a day, I would. Unfortunately, the rest of my family would not be happy with omelettes and pancakes for dinner…sigh. Yet, I am always amazed when I speak to my patients who tell me they often skip breakfast regularly.

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A Growing Crisis: Child Deaths Due To Firearms

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All across America, tragically and far too often, children are the victims of deadly gun violence. To understand the cause and scope of the problem and to identify possible solutions, Martin S. Keller, MD, led a study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

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