A recent survey of Ulcerative Colitis patients and gastroenterologists in ten countries explored whether patients and physicians agree upon the importance of reasons for pursuing disease management.
Alteration of White Blood Cell Population by Chronic Inflammation May Underlie Long-Term Gluten Sensitivity of Celiac Disease Patients
Chronic gluten-associated inflammation has recently been demonstrated to alter the profile of intraepithelial resident memory T cells, a white blood cell subset capable of surviving independently within the intestinal tissue for extended periods of time, to engender the long-term gluten sensitivity characteristic of Celiac Disease.
Lymph Vessel Network Important for Combatting Rheumatic Diseases, Potential Role for Alternative Medicine
New research and treatments for Rheumatic Diseases may focus on the lymphatic system, a network of fluid-carrying vessels distributed throughout the body.