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    • 1.

      Why Some People Overeat With Gerd

      by Linda Stamberger - 2006-12-03
      Gerd, or Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease, is not so much a disease but a chronic condition that strikes millions of people. Sufferers experience bloating, heartburn, regurgitation of stomach contents...
    • 2.

      Is Acid Reflux A Musculoskeletal Problem?

      by Mark Snow - 2006-12-10
      Is acid reflux disease a musculoskeletal problem? Let's look at a recent patient that came into my office for a headache. She stated that she had the headache constantly for six weeks. She also suffer...
    • 3.

      Current Treatment Of Abdominal Hernias

      by Groshan Fabiola - 2007-01-26
      Hernias tend to enlarge in time and a quick medical consult could in some cases exempt the patients from surgery. But many persons with typical symptoms of hernia choose to wear a truss bandage instea...
    • 4.

      Indigestion, Acid Reflux, Heartburn - Having An Endoscopy Test

      by Neil Hawkes - 2007-03-12
      Depending on vour symptoms, your GP may refer you to the hospital clinic for a full assessment or just for the endoscopy itself - a system known as 'fast track' or 'open access' endoscopy.The procedur...
    • 5.

      Indigestion, Acid Reflux, Heartburn Tests - Barium X-Rays

      by Neil Hawkes - 2007-03-12
      Barium X-raysBarium X-rays are used nowadays far less than in the past because in most cases an endoscopy examination will give all the information that the doctor needs. However, some GPs may not hav...
    • 6.

      Peptic Ulcer Helicobacter Pylori - The Tissue Test

      by Neil Hawkes - 2007-03-12
      These require a tiny specimen of the stomach lining called a biopsy, which is taken during an endoscopy. The specimen is placed in a special solution (either liquid or gel), which changes colour if He...
    • 7.

      Peptic Ulcer Helicobacter Pylori - Breath And Antibody Blood Tests

      by Neil Hawkes - 2007-03-12
      Like the tissue test, the urea breath test makes use of the fact that H. Pylori secretes urease, which converts urea into ammonia, producing carbon dioxide as it does so. You are asked to eat nothing ...
    • 8.

      Medications Used in Hiatus Hernia

      by Groshan Fabiola - 2007-04-14
      The symptoms of hiatus hernia are reduced by some lifestyle changes like: eating small frequent meals rather than fewer large meals, avoid bending over or lying down after a meal, foods like spicy foo...
    • 9.

      About Your Hernia - Frequently Asked Questions

      by John Vanse - 2007-04-30
      A hernia develops if part of an internal body organ (usually your intestine) protrudes through a tear or through a weak point in the thin wall of muscle holding your abdominal organs in place.There ar...
    • 10.

      Hernia- Who is More at Risk and Who is Not?

      by Groshan Fabiola - 2007-05-11
      Hernia is not a very common medical condition. It can not be passed from a person to another and it most definitely can not be caught. In fact, hernia is a bulge of one of your organs through one of t...