Celiac disease is surprisingly a somewhat common disease, yet since we still know so little about it, it usually goes undiagnosed. This article will examine where around the world this disease is most prevalent. It used to be that celiac was considered a “Northern European” disease mostly found in people of Finnish, Swedish, German, and […]
Chloe graduated from UMaine Orono with a BA in Mass Communication and a minor in Political Science. In addition to writing for the BDN, she has been Editor in Chief of Her Campus UMaine, Contributing Editor of Odyssey UMaine, and a Staff Writer for The Maine Campus . She has known about her Celiac Disease for about two years and has been eating gluten free as well as sometimes dairy free. She is from Chebeague Island, Maine, where she grew up, but has also lived in Cleveland, Ohio, and Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria in addition to Orono.