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Researchers at Mass General for Children Identify a Bacterial Strain that Demonstrates a Potentially Protective Role in Celiac Disease
Researchers identified five microbial strains that appeared to play a protective role against the development of celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that occurs in roughly one percent of the US population.
The odds of being treated with epinephrine were five times greater when an anaphylaxis action plan was provided.
MGfC Researchers Find Increased Intestinal Permeability as Precursor of Celiac Disease in Pediatric Study; Antibiotic Use Effects Zonulin Levels
Researchers from Mass General for Children and Italy have identified a potential biomarker preceding the development of celiac disease autoimmunity in children.
Mass General for Children offers tips for a safe holiday season.
Dr. Gennadiy Fuzaylov brings life-changing care to children around the world.
Research Spotlight: Genetic Testing Practices, Indications and Results in Patients with Down Syndrome
Stephanie L. Santoro, MD, director of Quality Improvement Research for the Down Syndrome Program at Mass General for Children is the senior author of a recent study published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part C, Beyond Chromosome Analysis: Additional Genetic Testing Practice in a Down Syndrome Clinic.
Every year on Oct. 4, health care organizations around the United States recognize TEN-4 Day, a movement to raise awareness about child abuse. TEN-4-FACESp is an acronym to help medical professionals screen a child under 4 years of age for bruising patterns that may be more likely due to physical abuse than accidental injury. Learn more.
Research Spotlight: Association of Food Insecurity on Body Mass Index Change in a Pediatric Weight Management Intervention
Researchers wanted to understand the association of food security status on changes in body mass index (BMI) in a Healthy Weight Clinic (HWC), a clinically-based multicomponent Pediatric Weight Management Intervention consistent with national clinical practice recommendations.
The funding will help researchers better understand how a person tips over from gluten tolerance to celiac disease, and for understanding how autoimmune disorders develop in infants.
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