You know the saying, “Choose a profession you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.”? Dr. Christine Pasquarella is living proof of that. Akron Children’s newest pediatric gastroenterologist absolutely adores her job, diagnosing and treating infants, children and teens with all types of gastroenterology disorders, including celiac disease, gastroesophageal reflux and inflammatory […]
For someone with celiac disease, even a small exposure to gluten can result in an upset stomach or worse. In this Children’s Channel video, Lindsay Bailey, MS, RD/LD, a clinical dietitian at Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses ways to enjoy safe and nutritious gluten-free eating.
It started off as an idea on her bucket list. Clinical nurse practitioner Nancy Delnay wanted to pass her treasured gluten-free cooking secrets to her family in a cookbook. She wasn’t expecting much interest beyond her circle of family and friends, but now finds herself preparing to order a second round of copies.
From grocery store shelves to restaurant menus, gluten-free items are everywhere these days. But for some people, including children, skipping foods with gluten is not a trend, but a medical necessity because they have celiac disease.
When Holly Camp was diagnosed with three autoimmune disorders, she didn’t complain too loudly. But she did decide to make a little “noize.” Despite having type 1 diabetes, celiac and Graves’ disease, Holly is living the life of a typical teen and pursuing rock star dreams as the bass player for local band Noize From The Basement. […]