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Anne Bouey

Anne Bouey

Jim's, Jessie's, Kristin's, and Kelly's mom. RN.
Bizarro comic by Dan Piraro - Comics Kingdom - SFGate -
Bizarro comic by Dan Piraro - Comics Kingdom - SFGate
Thought I'd give Holly's posted recipe a try! Peanut Butter Cup S'Mores Dip
how was it?!?! :D - holly #ravingfangirl
Very, very rich! - Anne Bouey
it looks delicious! - holly #ravingfangirl
But incredibly easy to make...a real treat! - Anne Bouey
OMG i'll pay for gas if you drive it down - Steve C Team Marina
Yum! - Louis Gray
*faints* - MoTO: Team Marina
Are you kidding.....looks fabulous! But oh so sweet! - Bob Jones
that looks nice - sandra hall
These small aftershocks are making it difficult to go to sleep. :(
Still having them? That's unsettling. =( - Yvonne Renee
:( - Rodfather
I'm sorry, Anne. :( - Jenny H. from Android
:( - Janet
Hope you managed to get some sleep. - Kirsten
چرا فارسی فید نمیفرستی؟ یعنی خیلی انگلیسیت خوبه؟ بهتره برای اینکه دوست پیدا کنی فارسی بفرستی، میتونی بری اینجا فینگلیش بنویسی بعد فارسی رو کپی پیست کنی :دی - ووووزلا
Aftershocks when trying to sleep really suck; I remember feeling like a zombie for at least a few days. All sympathies. - Deborah Fitchett
Have they subsided? Hope you manged to get some sleep. - Halil
I hope that's not a real fox? - Halil
Thanks, Starmama, I love it! Halil, the aftershocks have decreased. The last one I really felt was about seven hours ago. I'm sure they continue, but I'm not feeling them. :) - Anne Bouey
Halil, looking at the pic again, I guess it could be a (poorly) taxidermied fox. I thought it was a puppet :-) - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I spoke too soon! The strongest aftershocks occurred this morning! - Anne Bouey
I hope and pray no one was hurt and that you're ok! - Halil
Series of earthquakes strike the North Bay as cleanup continues | -
Series of earthquakes strike the North Bay as cleanup continues |
"A series of earthquakes struck the North Bay this morning. The strongest was a 3.9 magnitude earthquake that struck 1 mile northwest of American Canyon at 5:33 a.m. It was followed by a 2.7 magnitude quake at 5:35 a.m; a 2.8 earthquake struck at 6:12 a.m. and a 3.0 earthquake struck at 6:45 a.m. There have been no reports of damage or injuries. Napa Valley remains on high alert after Sunday's historic magnitude 6.0 earthquake. City inspections are now coming to an end, with recovery expected to start today." - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
The damage I'm seeing is so bad, it looks like too many places were never retrofitted. - Anika
بیا اینم 3.9 ریشتر بوده - مشتی
For ellbeecee: The pineapple survived, but the watermelon didn't. :(
Looks like it died with a smile on its face, though. - Spidra Webster
waka waka - Betsy
poor thing. - ellbeecee from Android
@Betsy: Pac Melon - Big Joe Silence
"Feed me, Seymour!" My first thought when I saw the watermelon... :) - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
Name that watermelon Audrey. - April Russo
thats a pacman face.. after he got its treat .. :)- - Peter Dawson
For its funeral I recommend not flushing it down the toilet. - Steve C Team Marina
That watermelon is totally laughing at the pineapple's haircut. - Hookuh Tinypants
6.0 Earthquake centered a few miles away did some damage here.
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I was like "HOLY HELL!!!1!1!" until I realised the portrait photos are landscape here :) - Johnny from iPhone
Whoa. Everybody okay? - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
Hope y'all are ok. - Kirsten from Android
Non-human damage is doable. Glad you are okay. - Janet
Everyone is fine. Despite what the photos show, the house didn't flip over! Pics just showed up sideways. :) - Anne Bouey from iPhone
When I saw the epicenter, I wondered if you guys were unscathed. Glad to hear. - Anika
Power is out so we'll see if there's damage to the house in daylight. - Anne Bouey from iPhone
that poor pineapple ;) (glad everyone is ok) - ellbeecee from Android
Glad you're okay. - MoTO: Team Marina
Glad everyone is okay. Stay safe! - Kristin from iPhone
I didn't think it was that big! It woke us up, but I was thinking it was in the 4.x range. I'm glad you are okay and hope that, in the daylight, the damage isn't worse. - vicster: full-bodied
Glad you're OK. - Eric Logan
I'm glad you guys are okay. - NOT THE CRICKET
Glad you're all ok! - Mary Carmen from iPhone
But how is the beautiful deck??? Oh and the kitty? :) - Steve C Team Marina
Very glad you guys are okay. You were the first person I thought of when I heard where it was. *hugs* - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Yeesh. Felt it here in Sac so I knew it had to be a big one. Glad you're okay, Anne. - Corinne L
Just saw the news and raced to check in. I'm glad you're okay! - joey
Glad you're ok! I now understand why the previous owners of my house had baby proofing on lower AND upper cabinets. Wondering if I should put them back on... - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
^ Good idea - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
((((Anne)))) - Just VAL #TEAMMARINA
Earthquake putty for display items. Can't recommend it enough <3 - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Glad you're OK. "hugs" - #cryptic from FFHound(roid)!
(((( )))) ... hope you are doing OK!! - Sepi ⌘ سپی
Glad to hear you're OK! - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Scary. I felt it all the way down here in Watsonville. - Rodfather from Android
glad you all are ok! - holly #ravingfangirl
Happy to hear that no one was hurt! - Jenny H. from Android
Guess who got married today!
Jessie and Dominic got married this afternoon in Dallas! - Anne Bouey
Congratulations! <3 - Jennifer Dittrich
Congratulations! - mina_sydney from iPhone
Congratulations and Best Wishes to them. - Greg GuitarBuster
Huzzah! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
They have been in love across so much distance in both time and space marriage will be the easy part. - Steve C Team Marina from Android
Congratulations Jessie and Dominic! - Anika
Woo hoo! - Soup in a TARDIS
Congrats!! - Janet from FFHound!
Congrats! - John (bird whisperer)
Oh wow, congratulations! =) - rönin
Congratulations!! :) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Oh! Congratulations!!! <3<3 - vicster: full-bodied
Congratulations! - Big Joe Silence
Cheers! Felicidades to all! - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Congratulations! - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
congrats - WarLord
Congrats! - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Congrats! - Spidra Webster
I saw pictures of Dominic. That may be the happiest I've ever seen a man in my life. And he should be what a great family to join. - Steve C Team Marina
Congrats!! - Tamara J. B.
<3 congratulations <3 - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Congratulations to them! - joey
congrats!! - imabonehead
Congrats! :) - Eivind from Android
Congrats! - Mo Kargas
Congrats! - Rodfather from Android
Congratulations, Jessie! - Jenny H. from Android
Congratulations! - Son of Groucho
Congratulations!!! - Stanley Mathis
Congratulations!! - FireDragonll
Congratulations!!! - Alix May
Thank you everyone for all the best wishes on our wedding! Dominic and I really enjoyed the ceremony and look forward to sharing a long and happy life together. Beginning, of course, with the immigration paperwork. - Jessie
Jessie's (Duckie) and Dominic's Wedding 8/8/14
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She looks beautiful and so happy! - Tamara J. B.
They were just walking on air! - Anne Bouey
Dominics smile might last a good 10 years straight - Steve C Team Marina
Los Angeles Tall Ships Festival promises to be just ducky - SFGate -
Los Angeles Tall Ships Festival promises to be just ducky - SFGate
"More than a dozen majestic tall ships - large sailing vessels with traditional rigging that recall "Mutiny on the Bounty" - will parade through the Port of Los Angeles during the city's Tall Ships Festival. Tours of the brigantine Irving Johnson, schooner Amazing Grace, privateer Spirit of Dana Point and other ships, along with sailing excursions, are the heart of the festival. A special guest, however, may well steal the show: The world's largest rubber ducky, stretching longer than many tall ships, will make its West Coast debut after being introduced in Taiwan and making two East Coast appearances." - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
I won't shake your hand, Doc - SFGate -
I won't shake your hand, Doc - SFGate
"We have become a nation of germo-phobes. We have hand sanitizers in grocery stores, schools, shopping malls - and especially in hospitals and doctor's offices. In many hospitals, paper towels and special trash bins even are put next to exit doors so people don't have to touch the handles. But with all of these precautions in place, and while surgeons scrub diligently before they enter the operating room, you might not realize that it's actually your doctor or nurse who could make you sick. The handshake is a universal social custom, far more common even than saying hello. But when doctors, nurses, medical residents and hospital staff greet patients (and each other) with handshakes, they may be spreading disease. For years, doctors and nurses have understood that hands transmit disease. That's why hospitals and doctor's offices around the world have developed strict hand-washing policies (and, more recently, hand-gel sanitizer policies). Don't get us wrong; these programs are... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
"The creation of such "handshake-free zones" may help remove the stigma individuals commonly experience when turning down a request to shake hands. In fact, such zones may encourage doctors and nurses to find other meaningful ways (starting with genuine smiles and engaging eye contact) to communicate warmth, honesty and respect - probably better, even, than a sometimes-perfunctory... more... - Anne Bouey
look, he is also wearing a germ laden tie :) - maʀtha
I had to order extra Mary Kay hand cream. We must physically (in presence of patient) wash our hands prior to the exam and immediately following. We have random stealth spies to check on us. Patients are also asked if they witnessed our hand-washing. We are to announce our hand washing intentions to the patient. - Janet
I saw on a food TV show that sometimes busy cooks will bump elbows rather than shake hands. - Andrew C (✔) from Android
Sushi chefs here do the arm/elbow bump. I never considered it being done in other kitchens. That's a relief, actually. I've been thinking and I'm not sure I've ever had a doctor offer to shake hands with me. I know I never extend my hand to them, because of germs. - Anika
In the Far East, the traditional way is to bow or salute with folded hands ( and No spreading of germs there. - imabonehead
Bizarro comic by Dan Piraro - Comics Kingdom - SFGate -
Bizarro comic by Dan Piraro - Comics Kingdom - SFGate
:D - رامین
While celebrating pre-birthday with wine-tasting, we spied a new addition to the valley. Of course, I thought of you. :)
Mmm, bunnehs love red wine. :) - Steven Perez
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture -
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture
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"Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique." - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
Katy Perry's Dark Horse Sung in 20 Styles:
Katy Perry's Dark Horse Sung in 20 Styles:
That's great. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Mission Impossible Squirrel:
Mission Impossible Squirrel:
I Don't Know--Med School Parody of Let It Go:
I Don't Know--Med School Parody of Let It Go:
I wonder how they got access to an empty medical facility? Must be a sound stage... ;-) - Spidra Webster
Prague's Street Music
Prague's Street Music
18 Empowering Illustrations to Remind Everyone Who's Really in Charge of Women's Bodies - Mic -
18 Empowering Illustrations to Remind Everyone Who's Really in Charge of Women's Bodies - Mic
18 Empowering Illustrations to Remind Everyone Who's Really in Charge of Women's Bodies - Mic
18 Empowering Illustrations to Remind Everyone Who's Really in Charge of Women's Bodies - Mic
"When Brazilian graphic designer Carol Rossetti began posting colorful illustrations of women and their stories to Facebook, she had no idea how popular they would become. Thousands of shares throughout the world later, the appeal of Rosetti's work is clear. Much like the street art phenomenon Stop Telling Women To Smile, Rossetti's empowering images are the kind you want to post on every street corner, as both a reminder and affirmation of women's bodily autonomy. "It has always bothered me, the world's attempts to control women's bodies, behavior and identities," Rossetti told Mic via email. "It's a kind of oppression so deeply entangled in our culture that most people don't even see it's there, and how cruel it can be." Rossetti's illustrations touch upon an impressive range of intersectional topics, including LGBTQ identity, body image, ageism, racism, sexism and ableism. Some characters are based on the experiences of friends or her own life, while others draw inspiration from... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
Eye-catching landmarks in S.F. neighborhoods - SFGate -
Eye-catching landmarks in S.F. neighborhoods - SFGate
"San Francisco's residential architecture gets reduced to easy stereotypes: Victorian frills at one extreme, storybook stucco at the other. Then you navigate the streets and hills and realize how simplistic such shorthand can be. Here's an alternate view of the domestic terrain - five buildings with the same individualist spirit that you encounter in the city's residents. Nothing you'll see on a postcard, but a quintet of idiosyncratic landmarks that caught my eye when I encountered them, and have remained vivid in the memory ever since...La Casa de los Pechos de la Cholla, 30 Mountain Spring Road You figure there must be a story behind a Spanish Moroccan mirage like this, and you're right. This was the lifetime work of Edward Moffitt, who bought four parcels on a then-unpaved slope of Twin Peaks in 1921. He and his wife built a cabin and the road, but his ambitions grew after he purchased the remnants of an abandoned city incinerator - more than 50,000 charred red bricks. He died in... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
Jack and I lived here our last year in San Francisco. - Anne Bouey
The main residence has an attached apartment, and there is another apartment below the arched workshop area where we lived. At that time Mrs. Moffitt still lived in the home, and her daughter and son-in-law lived in the apartment. There is a gorgeous garden courtyard inside with stunning views of SF. Several years later the workshop was also turned into housing. I'm not sure what happened with the lower apartment because it was never built to code. We were very fortunate to live there. - Anne Bouey
Take a wild guess what we paid in rent! - Anne Bouey
When Jack first moved in, it was $200 per month. By the time we moved out, it was $265! - Anne Bouey
It was such a great place that we kept it in the family a few more years. One of my brothers moved in when we left. Then when he bought his first house in SF, Jack's sister moved in. - Anne Bouey
Dog-eating festival in China hounded by activists - The Washington Post -
Dog-eating festival in China hounded by activists - The Washington Post
"The town of Yulin, near China's border with Vietnam, is like a lot of the country's other bustling regional cities, except for one thing: Every year at the summer solstice, it holds a festival where town residents quaff copious amounts of alcohol, slurp the juicy fruit of lychees and, yes, eat dog meat. The Yulin dog-eating festival is supposed to take place tomorrow — activists say as many as 10,000 dogs are slaughtered for the occasion every year. Growing international and domestic opprobrium, though, has made the annual event a controversy. Tens of thousands of vociferous netizens have launched petitions and online campaigns to get the event banned and the dogs rescued. Similar pressure has led to dog-eating festivals in other parts of China being canceled. The festival in Yulin is, as state news agency Xinhua puts it, "only a local folk custom, without official sanction." According to traditional lore, the consumption of dog meat yields good health and luck. But activists have... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
"According to animal rights groups, many of the dogs netted for these festivals are strays and stolen pets, drugged or poisoned before being kept in ghastly conditions in pens and then later prepared for consumption. Rights group AnimalsAsia says local tradition can't be invoked as an excuse for these practices: The progression of civilisation requires culture and tradition to be... more... - Anne Bouey
I have to say China isn’t a pet friendly country:( - mina_sydney
Knitters answer WildCare's call for nests to save baby birds - SFGate -
Knitters answer WildCare's call for nests to save baby birds - SFGate
"It may seem like a natural fit, but until now one would have been hard-pressed to find a real-life scenario that combined the interests of knitters and baby birds. Both are adorable, no question, but it was a case of never the twain shall meet until this year when a wildlife conservation group in Marin County figured out how yarn-wielding sweater weavers could help chirping downy-feathered avian offspring. The solution was simple: knitted nests. WildCare, the San Rafael nonprofit that treats almost 4,000 wild animals a year, made a request in April for local knitters to weave bird nests for the hundreds of orphaned chicks the organization cares for every year. The knitters of the Bay Area went wild, donating 529 nests to an organization that last year rehabilitated 540 chicks, most of which had fallen out of or were somehow dislodged from their nests during the spring nesting season. "We use these nests primarily for the songbirds," said Alison Hermance, WildCare's communications... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
"The Baby Bird Nest campaign got its start two years ago when WildCare staff noticed that some of the chicks were bruising or developing other problems from the hard surfaces in the bowls that were being used as makeshift nests, Hermance said. It wasn't the first time bird caretakers had noticed the problem. A worker at Sebastopol's Native Songbird Care & Conservation program was... more... - Anne Bouey
"The knitting fiesta has been a bonanza for California wildlife hospitals and bird rescue centers, which have received 250 of the nests donated to WildCare. "We are now a knitted nest provider," Hermance said. "We've turned it into an enterprise." It is important, Hermance said, because bird nests are often disturbed at this time of year. A prime example occurred in May when tree... more... - Anne Bouey
"The website for the campaign can be found at The instructions for making a knitted nest can be found at - Anne Bouey
Love this! - Janet
This isn't going to end up like the penguin sweaters, is it? - April Russo
Happy birthday, #UncleRobert! Hope you're having a joyous day! Thank you for being such a wonderful influence on Barry's life.
S.F. couple teaches power of 'No' to prevent rape in Kenya - SFGate -
S.F. couple teaches power of 'No' to prevent rape in Kenya - SFGate
S.F. couple teaches power of 'No' to prevent rape in Kenya - SFGate
S.F. couple teaches power of 'No' to prevent rape in Kenya - SFGate
"On the website for No Means No Worldwide, a rape-prevention nonprofit agency started by a San Francisco couple in Kenya, is a page of testimonial videos from girls who have experienced a verbal or physical attack. Rachael - like all of the others, a teenage girl who lives near Nairobi - described the time a man tried to lure her into his home. She yelled "No!" in front of a crowd of people, and he left her alone. Caroline used a self-defense skill called the "groin grab" to fend off a boy from her school who assaulted her. "I grabbed his groins and yelled, 'No!' " Caroline said. "I took my sweater, opened the door and ran out of the house, leaving him in pain." And there's Valentine, who recalled a time when she was 12 or 13 and a neighbor asked if she'd ever been told she was beautiful, then grabbed her breasts. She yelled at him too, told him to leave her alone, and the man walked away. Now, Valentine said into the camera, chin up and a small smile on her face, "he sees me on one... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
"Rape is an international epidemic, with global rates ranging widely, depending on the source, from 10 to 50 percent of women who are victims. In recent years, the problem has attracted extensive attention - from international outcry against high-profile rapes in India to increasing criticism of how college campus sexual assaults are handled in the United States. Rape puts women, and... more... - Anne Bouey
"As they built their loan program they developed relationships with families and aid workers in Nairobi, where they were basing their work. One day in 2006, Paiva was walking through a slum neighborhood with a grandmother when the conversation became alarming. "She just kept pointing out places or people who had been sexually assaulted," Paiva said. "She was telling me, 'That's a rape... more... - Anne Bouey
"The Stanford study that was published this year looked at the program in four Nairobi slum neighborhoods. It compared 1,978 girls in 31 schools who participated in the workshop to 428 girls in a control group who did not take the classes. Before the classes began, about 18 percent of girls in both groups said they had been sexually assaulted in the previous year. For the study, sexual... more... - Anne Bouey
Buena Vista Social Club readies for farewell tour | -
Buena Vista Social Club readies for farewell tour |
"They were forgotten masters of a long-ago sound, their faces deeply lined and their hands spotted with age. Then, suddenly, at an age when many performers would be retired, the members of this old-school band found themselves playing in some of the most hallowed venues around the world, sharing stages with the likes of Sting and Shakira. After rocketing into the spotlight in the late 1990s, the Buena Vista Social Club became nothing less than Cuba's soundtrack to the world. Nearly two decades later, the remaining members of the group are preparing to disband after one last farewell tour. "Many of the musicians have their own plans," said a visibly emotional Jesus "Aguje" Ramos, a trombonist and orchestra leader who has been with the group since the beginning. "They must be given a chance." He spoke in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press before the group left Cuba last week for its globe-trotting swan song. "The name of the tour is very strong - the 'Adios Tour,'" Ramos... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
:( No dates listed for the US. - Greg GuitarBuster
Zits | Free online comics by Comics Kingdom ™ - -
Zits | Free online comics by Comics Kingdom ™ -
Ew. - Jessie
Well, the comic *is* called Zits... - Spidra Webster
Readers' picks: Best travel songs of all time - -
Readers' picks: Best travel songs of all time -
"Once in while, the CNN Travel braintrust blows it -- make that all the time if you happen to be @cnnalwaysblowsit47. Such was the case last year when we published our updated list of the greatest travel songs ever recorded. Sure, we included a few unassailable classics about life on the travel trail. Even @cnnisamoron231 couldn't rage against our inclusion of Willie Nelson's all-time sing-a-long "On the Road Again." But we have to admit, once in a while, @iloathecnn and @cnntroll99 have valid points to make. How exactly did we miss such obvious wanderlust ditties as the Allman Brothers Bands' "Ramblin' Man" and Kris Kristofferson's "Me and Bobby McGee"? These and more than 150 other musical oversights (as suggested by readers) marred what we naively assumed was a list sure to get readers humming tunes and tapping their toes -- not calling for our jobs and swinging their air guitars like Game of Thrones truncheons. Good thing defenders of never-faltering good taste and intellectual omniscience (thank you, @cnnyoushouldbeashamed) are around the make sure no misstep goes un-roasted." - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
I nominate Wonderlust King by Gogol Bordello :) - Ken Morley
Home for a Rest - Spirit of the West! - Eivind from Android
Eivind, that sounds like the vacation's over. ;-P - Anne Bouey
Aye :) - Eivind from Android
Born to be wild. - Joe
Robotic stuffed seal helps soothe seniors - SFGate -
Robotic stuffed seal helps soothe seniors - SFGate
Robotic stuffed seal helps soothe seniors - SFGate
"The harp seal named Paro has white fur, blinking eyes and wagging flippers. For a medical device, it is awfully snuggly. No mere stuffed animal, Paro is a $6,000 interactive robot designed to soothe and comfort those who stroke its fuzzy head. Just don't try to make Paro swim. This summer at the Sunny View Retirement Community in Cupertino, nurses are running a pilot program to test whether Paro can be used as a therapeutic tool, instead of medication, to improve socializing and reduce anxiety among the center's elderly. Several residents have Alzheimer's, dementia and other forms of cognitive decline. One recent morning, Dorothy "Joc" Hartley, 88, sat withdrawn in a chair, her body still and head down. But when Paro was placed in her arms, she began stroking it and smiling. "You're so beautiful," she murmured. The seal looked up at her. "Mewww!" Paro isn't hard to adore. It wiggles and squeaks. It squeals angrily when held upside-down, and shakes its head when its whiskers are... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
"Invented by the Japanese company AIST and first sold in Japan in 2005, Paro arrived in the United States in late 2009. To the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the cuddly creature is a biofeedback device and a class II medical device, the same category that spans powered wheelchairs and some pregnancy tests. About 500 Paros have been sold in the U.S., and up to 4,000 worldwide, said... more... - Anne Bouey
great idea, my mom would have loved this towards the end - maʀtha
A Pill For Celiac Disease Is Almost Here -
A Pill For Celiac Disease Is Almost Here
"Going completely gluten-free is socially restrictive, expensive and time-consuming. Yet the diet is the only treatment out there for people with celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that damages the lining of the small intestines when triggered by gluten. What's more, gluten-free eating might not be totally effective. It turns out that even celiacs who are very strict with their diet can still significantly injure their small intestines simply from incidental gluten contamination. Gluten lurks in a lot of unexpected foods, and even explicitly labeled gluten-free foods could still be contaminated, mislabeled or just plain misleading. With this in mind, a new pill may work to reduce incidental damage and complement a special diet. The ALV003, as it is known, is made up of two gluten-specific enzymes that break down gluten into safe-to-digest fragments that don't trigger an immune response in celiacs. The pill isn't yet on the market, but the results of a proof-of-concept study were... more... - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
So it's like Lactaid for Celiac's? - Jessie
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