The gluten-free craze has been around for a while now and the latest product to claim the title? Condoms.
The Doctors discuss gluten-free condoms and whether someone with celiac disease needs to be using these types of condoms.
The Doctors discuss a new study that found the virus that causes mononucleosis, Epstein Bar Virus or EBV, may also increase the risk of developing seven autoimmune diseases.
Could having mononucleosis, otherwise known as mono or “The Kissing Disease,” lead to developing other possibly harmful autoimmune health concerns like lupus and celiac disease?
Jennifer Esposito comes to The Doctors to share how she learned to stop suffering from Celiac disease and start living her best life.
Actress Jennifer Esposito joins The Doctors to share about her own experiences living with celiac disease.
Pfizer’s chief medical officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall joins The Doctors to discuss celiac disease along with Alice Bast, who was diagnosed with the disease.
For more than 3 million Americans going gluten-free is more than a lifestyle choice, it is a medical need because celiac disease is a serious illness.
Are health claims associated with gluten fact or profitable fiction? The Doctors debate.
The Doctors weigh in on the purported health benefits of eating a gluten-free diet, even if you don’t suffer from Celiac disease.