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Eating Right: How to Avoid Heartburn

11 mealtime tips to help keep heartburn at bay.

Soothe heartburn symptoms today -- steer clear of these foods.

Favorite Foods and the Heartburn Facts

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Heartburn: An Inside Guide

Learn what's causing your burn -- and what you can do to stop it.

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