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Heartburn/GERD Health Center

News and Features Related to Heartburn/GERD

  1. Travel Heartburn: 7 Tips for Relief

    For people with heartburn, vacations have many perils: unusual foods, irregular meal times, and our very human urge to overindulge. "When people are on vacation, they eat a lot, they drink a lot, and they don't sleep much," says David Carr-Locke, MD, director of endoscopy at Brigham and Women's Hosp

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  2. 1 in 4 Suffer Heartburn Every Month

    June 22, 2006 -- One in four people in Western countries suffer from heartburn heartburn at least once a month, according to a new study that shows the problem is much more common in the West than in other parts of the world. Researchers found that 25% of people in Western countries report symptoms

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  3. Weight Gain May Up Women's Heartburn

    May 31, 2006 -- When women gain weight, they may raise their risk of developing heartburn heartburn , even if they don't gain a lot of weight and aren't already overweight or obese. So says a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine. "Even moderate weight gain among persons of normal w

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  4. Avoid 6 Health Woes That Ruin a Date

    You've landed the date of your dreams. Now what? You've got to do more than primp to avoid being branded a one-date dud. You also must squelch those potential date "bombs" -- minor, but embarrassing, health problems. From bad breath to allergies allergies , here's a look at the worst offenders and h

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  5. Stomach Acid May Affect Thyroid Drug

    April 26, 2006 -- Stomach conditions may undercut drugs that treat thyroid problems , a new study shows. The study comes from researchers in Italy, including Marco Centanni, MD, of the endocrinology unit at Rome's La Sapienza University. Their report appears in The New England Journal of Medicine. C

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  6. Heartburn Drugs May Cause Diarrhea

    Dec. 20, 2005 -- Heartburn sufferers, listen up: Acid-fighting drugs might spell relief, but they could leave a less-welcome gift -- diarrhea. People taking proton pump inhibitors and H2 blockers have greater risk of infection from a potentially dangerous diarrhea bug known as Clostridium difficile

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  7. When Heartburn Gets Serious

    Ignoring heartburn -- just putting up with it, popping a few pills day after day -- isn't necessarily the best plan. There are complications that can result from letting the problem linger. "When heartburn is not appropriately treated, acid reflux can cause erosion and ulcers in the lining of the es

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  8. Barrett's Esophagus: More Patients?

    Dec. 2, 2005 -- More people may be suffering from Barrett's esophagus than previously thought, according to the first-ever estimate of the prevalence of the condition. Barrett's esophagus is the leading cause of esophageal cancer, which is one of the fastest growing cancers in the U.S. The condition

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  9. Tackling Holiday Heartburn

    Americans celebrate with food and lots of it. Those big holiday dinners, the parties, happy hours, and shopping sprees -- we love that stuff. So what's the problem? It's a big fat recipe for a bad case of heartburn. Alcohol, caffeine, -- plus eating too much rich, fatty food - is a slippery slope to

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  10. Ulcers Give Scientists Nobel Prize in Medicine

    Oct. 3, 2005 -- The 2005 Nobel Prize in medicine has been awarded to two Australian scientists for their research on ulcers in the early 1980s. Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren will share the award. Their discovery paved the way for treating ulcers with antibiotics. Warren is a former pathologi

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