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    How PPIs Affect Women

    03. 10. 2014
    Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are among the most commonly used drugs to treat peptic ulcers and symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD). PPIs usage has grown drastically over recent years,... [read article]

    Esophageal Cancer Action Network

    03. 03. 2014
    When John “Monte” Mordecai was diagnosed with stage III esophageal cancer in 2007, he exhausted every treatment option available to fight the disease. Unfortunately, he succumbed to his illness... [read article]

    Foods that Fight Acid Reflux

    02. 24. 2014
    Good food is one of life’s greatest pleasures. But for acid reflux sufferers, that feeling of post-meal satisfaction is often interrupted by heartburn, regurgitation, coughing and chest pain.... [read article]

    Heartburn Medications May Cause B12 Deficiency

    02. 17. 2014
    Your heartburn medication may be effective in blocking acid reflux, but it could be blocking your body from absorbing a necessary vitamin as well. A recent study has linked long-term... [read article]

    Valentine’s Chocolates Can Cause Heartburn

    02. 10. 2014
    On Valentine’s Day, there’s nothing sweeter than receiving a token of someone’s affection in the form of a heart-shaped box of chocolates. According to... [read article]


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