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When it comes to understanding allergies, your doctor may not know best

Your family doctor may not know how to treat your allergies, finds study

Results of a new study show some doctors may not know best when it comes to treating patients for allergies. The finding, presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) Annual Scientific Meeting revealed just half of internal medicine doctors and pediatricians questioned knew how to treat vomiting and hives from a food allergy. Many doctor also failed to recognize the most common food allergies in children under age 4.

Aspartame connections to fibromyalgia continue to be questioned

Aspartame is an artificial sweetener that is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but it has been linked to fibromyalgia. A study from France found a connection between the disorder and aspartame consumption, yet this artificial sweetener continues to be investigated. It is still a popular ingredient in many products and can also be found in NutraSweet or Equal.

Gluten-free subscription boxes grow in popularity

Gluten Free Food

There is a new food trend that is growing in popularity as more people turn to a gluten-free diet. Subscription boxes that meet a variety of dietary restrictions and needs are becoming more common and being delivered to more homes. People with celiac disease finally have options that allow them to customize the boxes.

Gluten-free pie ideas for the holidays safe for celiac disease

Gluten-free pie

Dessert is an important part of the holidays, and people with celiac disease do not have to miss out on the delicious treats. From frozen gluten-free pies you can purchase online to gluten-free pie mixes you can find in the store, the number of options has increased dramatically in recent years. Your dessert table will never be empty this holiday season.

Controlling diabetes could be easier with the help of one tiny protein

Small protein could prevent, treat type 2 diabetes

Researchers have discovered a tiny protein that is linked to aging could play a big role in controlling blood sugar levels for those with diabetes. Findings published by Indiana University School of Medicine in the journal Diabetes found the protein, Sestrin 3, plays a critical role in controlling insulin sensitivity and glucose production.

Woman arrested over fibromyalgia treatment

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Amanda Gould has struggled with fibromyalgia for years, and it is not the only chronic health problem she faces every day. She also has Sjogren’s syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, Lyme disease and other disorders. Gould turned to a treatment that is considered illegal in the state of Florida to help her deal with the chronic pain.

Gluten-free pasta challenges contestants on 'Top Chef'

Gluten-free pasta

Gluten-free cooking proved to be a true challenge for the contestants on “Top Chef” who were not prepared for the need to adjust menus. Chef Michael Schlow asked them to create a traditional Italian menu for the double elimination challenge, so the contestants included pasta. However, their careful menu planning was tested by Emmy Rossum’s request for gluten-free food.

10 Tips to Keep Your Runs Happy this Winter

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Over the years, many useful tips have been shared and discussed amongst runners and with those interested in becoming more educated and well-versed on the matter. “Don’t run with scissors,” “Run like you stole it,” “Run, Forrest, run!” are all excellent examples of some of the best running tips you can receive.

Here is How You Can Gut Check Weight Loss Ads on Their Believability

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Weight loss ads specialize in pushing all the right psychological buttons to get us to buy into their promises of weight loss. While some supplements may actually AID weight loss WITH added diet and exercise, it can be hard to decide which one to choose. To help spot the fat phony from the real deal, the Bureau of Consumer Protection offers these 7 gut checks.

Woman with fibromyalgia wins EEOC disability discrimination lawsuit

fibromyalgia lawsuit

A woman with fibromyalgia has ended her long battle with Baywood Home Care in Minneapolis. She won the EEOC disability discrimination lawsuit and was awarded $30,000. Laurie J. Goodnough, who suffers from fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis, claimed the home health care company fired her because of her health and violated the ADA.

Celiac disease tips for handling gluten on Thanksgiving

Gluten-free Thanksgiving Food

The Thanksgiving meal is the perfect time to reconnect with family and friends, but it can be a nightmare for people with celiac disease. Cross-contamination and food filled with gluten are frequent problems experienced during the holiday. The following tips can help you survive the holiday while avoiding the protein.

Cauliflower gluten-free meal ideas for celiac disease

Cauliflower gluten-free meal

Cauliflower is becoming a nutritious kitchen staple and appearing in more recipes as chefs experiment with the vegetable. This gluten-free option can be good meal addition for people with celiac disease because it provides multiple vitamins and minerals. Filled with vitamin C, vitamin K, choline, fiber and other nutrients, cauliflower can be used as an alternative in many recipes.

Gluten linked to brain fog in celiac disease cases

gluten and celiac disease brain

A new study has found a direct link between brain fog and gluten consumption in people who have celiac disease. Researchers point out that patients have been complaining about cognitive impairment for years, and science is finally paying attention. In addition, they noticed positive results in people who changed their diets to eliminate gluten.

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