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Heartburn/GERD Health Center

News and Features Related to Heartburn/GERD

  1. Cooking Tips for Heartburn-Friendly Meals

    Cooking for family gatherings at my house is a little like trying to negotiate an international truce. My father says garlic and onions give him heartburn. My brother-in-law won’t touch anything with tomato sauce. He says it gives him heartburn. And after years of priding myself on having a cast iro

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  2. Heartburn Prevention Tips for Spicy Food Lovers

    “How hot would you like that?” the server at my favorite Thai restaurant asks. My taste buds whisper: fiery. My belly moans, What about me? I love a hot, spicy meal. But an hour later, like many people, I can end up wishing I’d never lifted my fork. The culprit? Heartburn and acid reflux. Officially

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  3. GERD Procedures Ditch Scalpels

    Jan. 20, 2009 -- Researchers report promising results for new procedures to treat GERD without making any surgical incisions in the skin. Both treatments are endoscopic, meaning that doctors perform the procedures via a tiny tube passed through the mouth and guided to the junction of the stomach and

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  4. Acid Reflux Drugs May Up Fractures

    Aug. 11, 2008 -- Using acid reflux drugs called proton pump inhibitors for at least seven years may be linked to increased risk of osteoporosis-related fractures. That news comes from a Canadian study of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and osteoporosis-related fractures. PPIs are a class of drugs that

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  5. Heartburn Symptoms: A Pharmacist's Guide to Treating Heartburn

    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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  6. 11 Meal Planning Tips to Prevent Heartburn

    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. BBQ Tricks for Avoiding Heartburn

    Just because it's hot outside doesn't mean you have to feel the heat of heartburn when enjoying foods of the season. Ever chow down at a family picnic, come home, shower, lie down, and feel a burning pain in your chest and acid crawling up your throat like a red-hot snake? These are symptoms of ever

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  8. Heartburn: Spot Your Personal Triggers

    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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  9. 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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  10. FDA OKs Prilosec for Kids as Young as 1

    March 21, 2008 -- The FDA today announced its approval of the use of Prilosec in children as young as 1 year old. The FDA yesterday approved Prilosec delayed-release oral suspension (liquid) for the short-term treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and the healing of erosive esophagitis

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