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Sara Suchy

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Sara is a former editor for HealthCentral.

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Alternative Treatment

Natural Remedies for Heartburn

There are a number of natural remedies for heartburn, from avoiding lying down after eating to using baking soda, tumeric, and ginger.

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Nutrition

Why Does Protein Make You Feel Full Faster?

High-protein meals seem to fill people up more quickly. Now we know why.

Friends celebrating the benefits of coffee in a cafe.
Nutrition

The Hidden Benefits of Coffee

Believe it or not, drinking a cup of black coffee each day can protect you from tooth decay and decrease your risk of periodontal disease. In other words: Thank gosh.

Woman suffering from heartburn.
Diagnosis

GERD, Acid Reflux, and Heartburn: Know the Differences

Heartburn, GERD, indigestion, and reflux are all different words to describe similar issues. But there are subtle and important differences.

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Treatment for Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative colitis is an autoimmune disease that attacks the digestive tract. Symptoms can be managed by diet changes, but most patients need treatment.

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6 Steps to Prepare for a Crohn's Flare

Crohn’s disease and other Inflammatory Bowel Disease flares are almost impossible to predict or prevent. Here are six simple steps to make sure you’re prepared.

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Nutrition

What you need to know about omega-3 fatty acids

Fish oil is numbered among one of the more popular health trends. How healthy is it and what can it do for your body?

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Prevention

Unexpected Benefits of Exercise

We all know that regular exercise works wonders for physical health. But there are some benefits that go way beyond toned legs and a healthier heart.

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Tips to Restart Your New Year’s Resolution

It’s never too late to get back on the resolution bandwagon.

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History of Alzheimer’s Disease

All diseases have a history. When did Alzheimer’s disease catch the attention of scientists and doctors? And where is research headed today?