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Ingredients in many of our common processed foods and sugar candies can be hard to find and harmful if eaten in excess.
Extended hikes, bike rides, or kayaking adventures can make AR symptoms worse temporarily. These tips can reduce the burn and help you enjoy more family time.
What to do and not to do to make sure you stay in the game and enjoying the season.
Eating typical road-fare can make reflux symptoms worse.
Flatulence, burping, and stomach bloating can be embarrassing. Here are some easy steps you can take to reduce the amount of gas you pass.
In an interview with Anthony Starpoli, M.D., a gastroenterologist in New York, we gained some insight on managing GERD in the holiday season.
While food should ideally be a pleasure, in some cases what you eat can make you feel really bad. That can be the case if you suffer from acid reflux (also known as gastroesophageal reflux) or GERD. Acid reflux involves the stomach acid flowing backw...
Like many digestive disorders, acid reflux disease or GERD (gastric esophageal reflux disease) has grown to be a substantially common problem among Americans. The National Institute of Diabetes and Kidney Digestive Diseases reports that based on a st...