By Amira Francis @Mircatfrancis Have you ever thought about glucose? I have. In fact, for about three months, that’s pretty much all I’ve been thinking about. After displaying several worrisome symptoms for about six months or so, I knew I had to change something. Constant fatigue, on-and-off depression, and brain fog obstructed my ability to […]

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By Ruth Chan, Features Staff Writer More than 2 million people in the United States have celiac disease, the affliction that forces people to eat a gluten-free diet, according to the National Institute of Health. But what exactly does being “gluten-free,” and having celiac disease mean? Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Associate Professor […]

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