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Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease that is not well known among the general medical community. Its symptoms often mimic other, more common, diseases. It is a disorder that causes the body’s immune system to respond to the protein in certain grains. It is a multisystem disease which is one of the most underdiagnosed hereditary autoimmune disorders. In this autoimmune disorder, the body negatively reacts to certain protein chains called glutens. The body attacks itself when gluten enters the intestines. The negative reaction causes the villi of the small intestine to become damaged and eventually destroyed.
- Define celiac disease.
- List three grains not included on a gluten-free diet.
- Describe three symptoms presented by a typical patient diagnosed with celiac disease.
- Outline the two main steps in the course of diagnosis for celiac disease.
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We laughed; we cried; we screamed during The Office series finale last night. I was even weeping during the interview special!
We’re celebrating The Office with a tribute to The Office‘s most popular DiSC styles on our DiSC Profiles Blog.
The Office and DiSC Personality Styles
Everyone loves a good post about DiSC Profiles of famous people and TV show characters. Well, check out this one!
I have been a huge a fan of NBC’s The Office from the very beginning. I cried when Jim finally told Pam how he felt on casino night. I gasped when Stanley uttered the words, “Did I stutter?” and laughed hysterically when Angela threw her cat into the ceiling to try to save him during Dwight’s fire drill.
I’m sad to see The Office go! What made The Office such a hit (besides the bizarre scenarios and extremely awkward moments) was that the mockumentary hit close to home… err… office. Although I never worked for a “Michael Scott” per-say, NBC’s extraordinary take on ordinary characters made me think of my own version of Michael Scott, a boss I had quite some time ago.
In honor of The Office’s final episode, we’re dedicating this post to some of the most memorable Office characters that reflect exaggerated versions of DiSC styles that can be found in any office…
Who do you think would be the D style in The Office?
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