December 12, 2019
Vitamin D and Autoimmunity
May 24, 2016
Presentation, Diagnosis, and Management of Achalasia
January 24, 2016
Outcomes of Esophageal Dilation in Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Safety, Efficacy, and Persistence of the Fibrostenotic Phenotype.
January 20, 2016
A Measure of Disease-Specific Health-Related Quality of
Life for Achalasia
November 11, 2015
PTH-152 Heller’s myotomy and pneumatic dilatation in the treatment of achalasia: a population-based case-control study assessing long-term quality of...
Histopathologic patterns among achalasia subtypes
The POEM papers keep coming....
October 24, 2015
October 21, 2015
12 Evidence-Based Steps to Healthy Eating
October 9, 2015
Dr. Pandolfino, et. al have written a nice summary of Achalasia detailing diagnosis, treatment, a...
Maybe the most important medical paper of the year!
Here is the link to the paper.
Read this one very carefully!
"The vastness of clinical data and th...
How effective are common medications: a perspective based on meta-analyses of major drugs
October 8, 2015
You are gluten free (wheat), but are you oat free?
Do oats have gluten?
Is it important?
There is no such thing as a “gluten free” oat.
As many as 41% of processed packaged foods labeled gluten free contain enough gluten to cause damage (oats included)
20 ppm exposure can allow for persistent damage
Several types of gluten protein in oats have been shown to cause inflammation Although often times labeled gluten free, oats contain gluten.
Read more here: Are Cheerios Gluten Free? | Gluten-Free Society
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