Stanford Children’s Health has launched its new Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Celiac Disease to increase access to care and advance research to improve outcomes for children, thanks to a $70 million gift by an anonymous donor.
When your gut feels healthy, you feel more ready to take on the world. That was the premise behind our recent “Celiac Strong: Empowering the Gluten-Free Community” event, held May 20, 2023. The event was part of our commitment to help children and adults in our community live their best lives, despite having a digestive inflammatory disease.
Dietary additives lurking in processed foods may contribute to the development or exacerbation of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), a leading gastroenterologist contends.
Celiac disease is perhaps best known for interfering with the body's ability to digest gluten, but Dr. Hilary Jerico talks to KTVU about the negative impact the disease has on the mental health of teens.
Joseph and Devlin are identical twins in every sense of the word. The 11-year-olds have endless energy, which they pour into playing flag football, soccer, and baseball. And they share the same group of friends who love to exchange sports cards and spend hours goofing around together.
If there was any comfort for Chaitan Khosla in learning his 3-year-old had celiac disease, it was in finally understanding the reason for his little boy’s debilitating pain. This was in 1999, and the disease—an immune response to gluten that wreaks havoc on the small intestine—had no drug treatment...