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.
Have you heard of drinking pickle juice as a home remedy for acid reflux? Find answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Gastroenterologist Christine Lee, MD, fields this one.
When your child is sick and vomiting you both just want it to stop. Find out common causes of vomiting in children, and when you should call a doctor.
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Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) doesn’t have to rule your life if you know what to avoid. Try these tips to reduce your symptoms and discomfort.
If you suffer from heartburn, you may notice it’s more likely to flare up at night – just in time to disrupt your sleep. Find out why and get tips to reduce it.
If you suffer from acid reflux at night, you may get relief in an unexpected way: by sleeping on a specially designed pillow.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Daniel Allan MD, answers this question about goosebumps and why they happen.
Acid blockers may relieve heartburn. But they can’t stop the epidemic of reflux in this country. Try these steps to figure out what may be causing your reflux, and how you may be able to reverse it.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Most of us will overindulge at times. But the more sugar we consume, the more we want, says Mark Hyman, MD. However, the good news is that people can break the sugar addiction in 10 days. Here’s how.