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Researchers Test Microbe Wipe To Promote Babies' Health After C-Sections

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Gluten is everywhere you look in Italy. Here, fresh ravioli at the historic shop "Gatti & Antonelli" in Rome in 2014. Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Italy, Land Of Pizza And Pasta, Is Gluten-Free Friendly

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An FDA rule effective Aug. 5 states that foods may be labeled "gluten free" only if there's less than 20 parts per million of the protein. James Benet/iStockphoto hide caption

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Truth In Labeling: Celiac Community Cheers FDA Rule For Gluten Free

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More and more gluten-free beers are entering the marketplace. We asked a librarian with celiac disease for her list of favorites. Bill Chappell/NPR hide caption

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Students at the University of Washington used a protein-folding program initially funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to come up with a treatment for celiac disease. DARPA hide caption

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