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Eating less gluten could lower a child’s risk of celiac, but at what cost?
It doesn't just come down to eating too much bread.
This vaccine could help people with celiac eat gluten again, but it’s not for everyone
The first real treatment for celiac might work by shooting gluten straight into your veins.
I hardly ever use my Nima allergen sensor. I’m still glad I bought it.
The new device to test for peanut contamination seems like an unnecessary luxury—until you need it.
It might be possible to remodel a baby’s microbiome
But we still don’t really know what a healthy microbiome really is.
Scientists are trying to treat autoimmune disease with intestinal worms
“Worm therapy” has a mixed record in clinical trials.
Bloodsucking Hookworms May Provide A Treatment For Asthma
Parasitic soup that’s good for you
A Mouse Made Just For You Will Model Your Medical Problems
When you check in to a hospital in the future, along with checking your vitals and ordering a blood panel, … Continued
Video: Researchers Watch Type 1 Diabetes As It Unfolds, in Real Time
Real-time immune attack could pinpoint new interventions, thanks to a new procedure
Nanotech Vaccine Successfully Cures Type-1 Diabetes in Mice
An innovative nanotech “vaccine” has been proven to cure type 1 diabetes in mice, and paves the way to do … Continued
A Lousy Reason for Asthma and Allergies
Parasites may reduce their hosts' risk of developing immune dysfunctions