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WebMD explores the common causes and symptoms of heartburn and reflux in infants and children, including tests and treatments.
Learn about acid reflux in infants and children, including causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
WebMD discusses the common causes of acid reflux disease, including abnormalities in the stomach and esophagus that may contribute to acid reflux symptoms.
WebMD examines the symptoms of acid reflux disease, including dyspepsia, dry cough, chronic sore throat, dysphagia, and chest pain.
WebMD looks at surgery that can be used to treat heartburn and acid reflux, or GERD.
A look at over-the-counter drugs used to treat heartburn and acid reflux.
WebMD provides a list of resources for information about heartburn, acid reflux, and GERD.
Learn about the risks and consequences of not treating heartburn or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease).
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Learn to recognize the symptoms of heartburn.
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