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Celiac disease alert: General Mills recalls gluten-free Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios

Boxe of Cheerios Recalled by General Mills

General Mills has recalled gluten-free Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios because wheat was included in the packages but not listed in the ingredients. The company recommends that consumers with celiac disease, wheat allergies and gluten sensitivities avoid the recalled cereal. General Mills states that one facility, located in California, was affected by wheat contamination. The company has recalled 1.8 million boxes of its cereal.

2 New Gifts From The Feds For Health Insurance Agents On The Exchange

Health Insurance Agents

The health insurance exchanges have now been in operation for two years and is about to begin its third season in less than two months. For agents working on the Federal Exchange Things will be a little different this year. Only time will tell if these changes will turn into a blessing or a curse.

3 proven benefits of ergonomic changes in the workplace

ergonomic changes in the workplace

The workplace has a greater impact on your health than you may think. In addition to stress, anxiety, and the mental illnesses that are rampant in the office, there are also several physical ailments that can affect you. The workplace has been blamed for many illnesses including frequent colds from workplace germs, heart disease as a result of workplace stress, lack of sleep due to stress, eye strain from your computer and many others.

FDA Approved Autoinjector for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

autoinjector for multiple sclerosis

For multiple sclerosis patients who use Betaseron, the interferon beta-1b prescription drug designed to reduce relapses in individuals with relapsing-remitting MS, a new delivery system will be available soon in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Bayer’s BetaConnect, the first electronic autoinjector for treating RRMS.

Fibromyalgia relief from surprising sources: Using physical therapy

Fibromyalgia is characterized by chronic pain that is difficult to treat and manage. Exercise and any type of movement can be painful and difficult with this medical condition. However, physical therapy can provide relief and help manage fibromyalgia. Dr. Daniel Skulavik, who is a physical therapist, recently shared how patients can benefit from trying a different type of treatment.

Olympic star shares celiac disease diagnosis and gluten-free diet secrets

It is estimated that 0.5 to 1 percent of the global population has celiac disease. However, diagnosis can take years, and symptoms may not appear immediately. Eve Muirhead recently shared her experience with celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. The Olympic star has a bronze medal in curling, but she believes the disease has affected her athletic abilities over the years.

Patient misdiagnoses likely to get worse without changes

IOM report highlights need for improving health care diagnostic mistakes

Most consumers of health care have at least one story to tell about how they have experienced an illness and were misdiagnosed. A new report highlights the urgency of finding ways to curb the incidence of diagnostic mistakes that researchers say will get worse unless changes are made urgently to reduce errors.

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