The analysis, accepted in August for publication in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, followed about , American women in the Nurses Health Study II for more than two decades, and administered health questionnaires every four years to assess how frequently participants consumed a range of foods containing gluten, a protein that gives bread its sponginess. During the study, women developed eczema, which can cause skin to become itchy, red, and inflamed. Eczema is also called atopic dermatitis, though atopic dermatitis is technically one type of eczema. There were also 1, cases of psoriasis, which can lead to patches of rough, thickened, and itchy skin. And women developed joint psoriatic arthritis, a painful joint problem related to psoriasis. According to research cited in an article published in July in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, an estimated 5 percent of people in Western societies, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, choose to follow a gluten-free diet. The authors observe that many people believe gluten-free diets are healthier. In the study, women who ate the least amount of gluten — an average of 3.
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Published online May Many people experience hives at one time or another, usually as a result of an insect sting, skin contact with an allergen, or ingestion of an allergen, though sometimes a direct cause is hard to pinpoint. Fibrillar IgA deposition in dermatitis herpetiformis—an underreported pattern with potential clinical significance. In , Ojetti et al. Ask the doctors Published: November, British Journal of Dermatology. Dermatitis herpetiformis, a chronic itchy blistering skin condition, affects about 10 percent of people with celiac disease, according to the NIDDK. And remember: So far, there is no proof that eliminating any food will completely clear up eczema on its own. Allergy, Asthma, and Clinical Immunology. Celiac disease: diagnostic criteria in progress.