If heartburn is an all-too-familiar feeling, you might have gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. Find out what causes this common (and uncomfortable) condition, and how to take control.
Shapewear can do no wrong if you adopt the right habits. A doctor provides tips on getting the right fit and feeling good in these stretchy under garments.
Regurgitating after eating is normal for most healthy infants. A pediatric specialist explains when this issue becomes a problem based on new medical guidelines.
Heartburn is a symptom of both acid reflux and the rare disease achalasia. Knowing which condition you have is important because the treatments are different — and getting the right one is vital to your long-term health.
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