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    Barrett’s Esophagus ‘Cell of Origin’ May Improve Prevention

    01. 26. 2018
    Barrett’s esophagus is a complication of chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Over time, acid reflux can damage the lining of the esophagus and cause it to resemble intestinal tissue.... [read article]

    New Study Finds that PPI use May Not be Linked to Dementia

    01. 22. 2018
    Proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, are often the first line of defense against acid reflux and heartburn. Widely available in over-the-counter form, PPIs reduce the amount of stomach acid by... [read article]

    Is GERD Causing Vocal Cord Dysfunction – Laryngospasms?

    01. 19. 2018
    If you have ever felt a tightening or seizing of your vocal cords when taking in a breath of air, you may have experienced laryngospasm. This rare experience can be... [read article]

    Celery Salad over Couscous

    01. 17. 2018
    Did you ever eat a snack called “ants on a log” when you were a kid? Well it is still one of my favorite snacks as an adult. I spread... [read article]

    Why do I Get Sulfur Burps?

    01. 15. 2018
    Burps can be annoying, but burping is an important process which relieves excess gas from the digestive system. Occasional burps are normal, but if you feel like your burping is... [read article]

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