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Almost everyone will experience heartburn at least once in their life, but by making smart food choices, you can keep heartburn at bay.
Can low-acid foods calm heartburn pain? Not necessarily. Learn when and why they might ease your symptoms.
Stomach pain takes the fun out of eating. Here, some surprising food culprits -- and tips for relief!
Planning a picnic? Going swimming? Protect yourself from common stomach bugs that can wreck summer fun.
Regular aspirin use can lower your risk of developing life-threatening diseases -- and harm your stomach. Is it right for you?
Add flavor to your meals while improving digestion, combating irritable bowel syndrome and reducing heartburn.
Heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, gas: Medications can cause painful side effects. Learn how to minimize these reactions.
A recent study found that one-third of insomniacs suffered from heartburn and didn’t even know it. Could heartburn be what’s keeping you up at night? Read on!
Up to 40 percent of Americans suffer from stomach pain due to heartburn or IBS. Here, how to enjoy pool parties and barbecues if you have a sensitive stomach.
An overstuffed belly is an invitation to heartburn. We’ve got eight tips to help you stop overeating so you can enjoy food heartburn-free.
Endoscopy? Barium swallow? Acid perfusion test? Here’s what you need to know about diagnostic tests for heartburn.
Constipation? Diarrhea? Headache? Find out what you need to know about heartburn medication side effects.
If traveling gives you heartburn, you’re not alone. Here, 12 ways to keep heartburn at bay on your next trip.
Ever have heartburn? Then it’s important to be aware of potentially serious heartburn complications. Here’s what you need to know.
When should you take heartburn medication? And how often can you take it? We’ll tell you the best way to take heartburn medication for maximum relief.
Carrying extra pounds? Find out why losing weight can help ease heartburn.
You’re frustrated by frequent heartburn and tired of taking pills. Can heartburn surgery help? Read on!
Combat heartburn with low-fat cooking methods -- they’re quick, easy, tasty and healthy. Learn more!
What’s the difference between ordinary heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (aka GERD)? Read on to find out!
More than half of pregnant women experience heartburn. Where to get relief? Read on!
Despite its name, heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. Find out what’s really causing that burning pain in your chest.
Heartburn medications are not all the same. Learn the difference between an antacid and a PPI so you can say bye-bye to heartburn for good.
What’s the best way to avoid heartburn? Figure out your personal heartburn triggers with a food diary. Here’s how!
Heartburn and heart attack can often feel the same. How do you tell the difference? Read on!
Think you can’t enjoy fast food if you have heartburn? Not true! By making wise choices, you can enjoy an occasional indulgence without heartburn pain.
Don’t let heartburn ruin your holidays! Here, 18 do’s and don’ts for holiday eating that will help keep heartburn at bay.
Too much worry can lead to health problems. But a little productive worrying can actually be a positive thing. Learn more!
Beneficial bacteria found in foods like yogurt, tempeh and aged cheeses can protect you from a host of health woes. Learn more!
Barley, buckwheat, brown rice, quinoa -- there’s more to whole grains than whole wheat and brown rice. Find out what you should be eating and why!
Feeling stressed about the economy? You’re not alone. Here, LRLW’s economic stress relief package to help you recover. Read on!
Five herbs and spices that can help prevent cancer, heart disease and more. They’ll add a burst of a flavor when cooking, and they’ll boost your health!
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