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Need a break from the burn in your chest? Here's how to treat it.
WebMD Expert Answers. Dr. William Balistreri reports from Digestive Disease Week 2013.
What foods trigger heartburn? Find out what causes it and how to relieve your pain when it strikes.
It’s not just what you eat that can cause your stomach to churn. It’s also how much you eat and what you do after meals.
Suffering from occasional heartburn or a more serious condition like GERD? Here are changes you can make to ease symptoms.
Almost everyone gets heartburn every now and then. Over-the-counter drugs can help, but knowing food triggers is critical.
If you have chronic heartburn, you are at risk for GERD. If left untreated, GERD can put you at risk for cancer of the esophagus.
If you have chronic heartburn, you are at risk for GERD. If left untreated, GERD can put you at risk for cancer of the esophagus
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