Learn about gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and acid reflux, including reflux-friendly recipes, tips for dining out, treatments, and more.
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Their symptoms seem to mimic each other, but don’t get it twisted—there are some clear cut differences between GERD and stomach cancer.
This cancer is relatively rare in the U.S., but four times more common in men than in women. Learn the risk factors.
Eating breakfast is key for those dealing with acid reflux. So, if you are one of the many "breakfast skippers," keep reading. Because making this small change can significantly impact your acid reflux — and overall health.
A study published in Scientific Reports suggests proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) to treat heartburn or acid reflux may increase kidney disease risk.
A diagnosis of acid reflux no longer means saying goodbye to all of your favorite fruits. These super foods are an important part of a healthy diet. Fruits are usually low in fat and rich in the sort of fiber that can protect against acid reflux.
Acid reflux occurs when the muscle connecting the esophagus to the stomach doesn't close properly, causing food and acid to back up, triggering symptoms. Here are some tips for avoiding acid reflux from happening in the first place.
These tasty recipes, from appetizer to dessert, will make your mouth water — without that reflux burn.
There are a number of natural remedies for heartburn, from avoiding lying down after eating to using baking soda, tumeric, and ginger.
Heartburn, GERD, indigestion, and reflux are all different words to describe similar issues. But there are subtle and important differences.
Could potential signs of an eating disorder simply just indicate acid reflux in your child? Learn why these two conditions may get confused.