Most people in Canada do not know they have celiac disease, research suggests
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  November 2, 2017  
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 Most people in Canada do not know they have celiac disease, research suggestsMost people in Canada do not know they have celiac disease, research suggests
 
Research on a large sample of Canadians suggests that most people with celiac disease don't know they have it.
 
 
 Study solves critical piece of deafness puzzle by identifying long non-coding RNAsStudy solves critical piece of deafness puzzle by identifying long non-coding RNAs
 
A new Tel Aviv University study solves a critical piece of the puzzle of human deafness by identifying the first group of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) in the auditory system.
 
   What is SIBO?What is SIBO?
 
The intestine is colonized by enteric bacteria immediately after birth, and this prevents the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the small intestine. The composition of the intestinal bacterial population remains constant during the individual’s lifespan unless altered by extrinsic means.
 
 What Causes Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?
 
What Causes Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?The small intestinal microflora are usually limited in number, less than 105 colony-forming units per mL of intestinal fluid. This number is somewhat arbitrary, because of the intense reluctance of most intestinal bacteria to grow in culture.
 
 
 Key features that distinguish Brittle Type 1 Diabetes from stable T1D
 
Key features that distinguish Brittle Type 1 Diabetes from stable T1DBrittle Type 1 Diabetes (BT1D) is listed by the National Institutes of Health as a rare disease impacting some 4500 people in the USA. It is defined as a severe instability of blood glucose (BG) levels, whatever its cause, with frequent and unpredictable episodes of hypoglycemia (low) and or hyperglycemia (high sugars) that disrupts quality of life.