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Many kids with diabetes have other immune diseases

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A third of children with type 1 diabetes have signs of other immune system disorders when they get diagnosed with diabetes, according to a new study. Full story

No link between celiac disease, male infertility

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men with celiac disease are no more likely to suffer from infertility than men without the condition, which makes people intolerant to gluten, suggests a new study from Sweden. Full story

Severe gluten allergy linked to asthma risk

People with the digestive disorder known as celiac disease are more likely to develop another disorder involving the immune system: asthma, according to a new study. Full story

Immune imbalance in gut may trigger celiac disease

People who have high levels of an immune system compound called Interleukin-15 may be primed to develop celiac disease, a digestive disorder that keeps sufferers from eating foods like cereal, pasta, cookies and beer. Full story

Gluten-free? Luxury hotel chain caters to guests

Toronto-based Fairmont Hotels and Resorts last week introduced a new series of menus chain-wide with different dishes specifically created for guests with special dietary needs. Full story

Painful "gluten rashes" might not be forever

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A small percentage of people with a painful, blistering skin disease may eventually go into remission, saving them from medication and a strict diet, a new study reports. Full story

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  Millions may be living with celiac disease

Doctors believe nearly 3-million Americans could be living with celiac disease without knowing it. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.

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