Monday, August 03, 2015

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A little more than 50 perfect of infants suffer from some degree of pediatric GERD.  The condition is not easily diagnosed because the patients affected are usually non-verbal.  Most infants and children with GERD are especially fussy, and have problems eating and sleeping. 

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