The City sheds light on Celiac Disease This May
The City calls on its residents during Celiac Awareness Month to inform them about celiac disease.
This year, the Canadian Celiac Association is focusing on its "atypical" characteristics. According to their website, "The best-known symptoms of celiac disease are digestive in nature – chronic diarrhea, abdominal pain, and unintended weight loss. However, celiac disease is much more than a digestive problem. Some of the top atypical features are anemia, joint pain, oral and dental problems, bone disease, neurological problems like migraines and reproductive problems.”
To learn more about Celiac Awareness Month events, visit the websites below.
https://www.fqmc.org/evenements (French only)