Research finds celiac risk rises with infant infections

12/25/2012 | Medscape (free registration)

Swedish researchers said children who experienced at least three infections during the first six months of life faced a significantly higher risk of developing celiac disease. Researchers also found a link between celiac disease and infant diets that included large quantities of gluten after stopping breastfeeding.

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