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The company manufactures and markets diagnostic products used in clinical laboratories.
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12 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
With the recent buzz about gluten- and wheat-free diets, it's good to know how they compare and if they're right for everyone.
13 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
A healthy and balanced diet, as well as probiotics, have been known to be helpful in preserving gastrointestinal health for quite a long time.
17 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions
BioLineRx , a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to identifying, in-licensing and developing promising therapeutic candidates, announced today that the Company's novel treatment for celiac disease, BL-7010, has successfully completed the single administration, dose-escalation stage of the on-going Phase 1/2 clinical study.
A cheesy slice of heaven tastes great, but how does it feel? Health experts and bloggers have data that may cause you to rethink your next pie.
The letters suggesting restaurants that serve gluten-free fare keep coming in, but the latest warn of more serious implications than just wanting to avoid wheat.
From the moment I entered the front door of Jen Coles' east Chico home the other day until I left about an hour later, my sense of smell was tantalized by the aroma of sweet mouthwatering baked goods - banana bread, cherry-almond biscotti, and lemon bars, to be exact - that were cooling after cooking in the twin ovens of her kitchen.
Avery. New Belgium. Left Hand. Oskar Blues. And more. Plenty of Colorado breweries have made their mark on the national scene.
Think oats are safe for your gluten-free diet because they're labeled gluten free ? You might want to think again.
Former fire eaters and longtime home-brewing partners Dane Breimhorst and Thom Foss had a plan.
To some people, the discovery that you're gluten-free might as well be a challenge to come up with the most annoying, invasive comments of all time.
"Each year as I have done this, I've noticed demand for grab and go and quick, easy meals has grown.
When Alice Bast was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1994, she had to scour local health-food stores and send away to Canada for the gluten-free food her condition necessitated.