Diabetes

Celiac Disease, Diabetes Have Genetic Link

-The article below discusses that similar genes are found in people with celiac disease and Type 1 Diabetes.  This supports the findings of a recent Danish study that showed 12.3% of children with Type 1 Diabetes tested positive for celiac disease.  Published: March 4, 2008 at 5:48 PM Print story Email to a friend Font size:LONDON, March 4 (UPI) — ...

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MEDICAL RESEARCH: Vitamin D Deficiency is Associated with Insulin Resistance and ß cell Dysfunction

  Editor’s note: In the following medical research study, healthy participants were enrolled to examine the effects of vitamin D on insulin production and use in the body. This research shows that: 1) Vitamin D plays an important role in insulin sensitivity in the body, and deficiency of vitamin D hampers production of insulin hormone by beta cells in the pancreas. ...

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Shared Genes in Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease

A 2008 study provides more evidence that there is a link between celiac disease and gluten. This article in Scientific American reviews the study. Diabetes and celiac disease: A Genetic Connection Patients with type 1 diabetes have been known to be more prone to another autoimmune disorder, celiac disease, in which gluten in wheat, rye and barley triggers an immune ...

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