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  1. Learning to Live With Celiac Disease

    Do you experience bouts of diarrhea from time to time? What about abdominal cramping? Intestinal gas? Distention? How about occasional bloating? Are you constipated ocasionally? Has your doctor recently told you that you are anemic yet he or she can't seem to find a reason why your blood is lacking

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    If you're one of the 40 million Americans who have heartburn symptoms at least once a week -- or even among the 60 million more who have heartburn symptoms at least once a month -- you're probably always looking for new ways to relieve that acid reflux. Even if your heartburn symptoms aren't severe

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    Doctors call it reflux. You probably call it heartburn. But whatever it's called, no one wants to experience the unpleasant sensations of heartburn -- a burning chest pain that moves up toward the throat, and an acid or bitter taste accompanied by a feeling that whatever you just ate is coming back

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  4. Heartburn: Foods to Avoid

    You wake in the night, your chest burning. Sometimes the pain is so intense you think it's a heart attack . For the 60 million Americans who get heartburn at least once a month, the pain isn't just a small inconvenience. Heartburn can affect almost everything you do, keeping you from sleeping at nig

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    If you're one of the 15 million Americans experiencing heartburn every day, there's more to discouraging the discomfort than avoiding certain foods and beverages. Heartburn relief also has to do with the timing and size of your meals, says The American College of Gastroenterology, which is why plann

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  7. Living with GERD and Food Intolerances: Trudy McCulloch's Story

    I didn't know I had food intolerances until I was in my 30s. I'd had trouble with my digestion since birth. As a baby I had a lot of gas and would often get diarrhea. My mother thought it was because I was a preemie. Those stomach problems eased by the time I was 6 months old, and I was relatively h

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    Constipation, the most common digestive complaint in the U.S. population, can make life miserable. Not only does constipation make you feel bloated, headachy, and irritable, but relieving constipation -- especially long-term or chronic constipation -- is time consuming and expensive. Each year in th

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  10. Crohn's Disease: 54 Tips to Help You Manage

    Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel disease affecting 500,000 Americans, can overwhelm your daily life. Day-to-day living is especially difficult if you suffer chronic symptoms like frequent diarrhea, gastrointestinal bleeding, anal tears, or bowel obstructions. Fortunately, treatments for Crohn'

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