Celiac Disease Linked to Common Chemical Pollutants

Environmental Research reports a significant link between children and adolescents exposed to environmental toxins and celiac disease (CD). High pesticide exposure doubled the CD risk among youngsters, compared to those without high-level toxic chemical contact. A gender-specific examination elucidated the findings further, with the diagnosis rate skyrocketing among females exhibiting elevated blood levels of pesticides and nonstick chemicals like Teflon while excessive exposure to flame retardants elevated male CD risk. 

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