Heartburn

The burning sensation occurs when the stomach contents back up into the esophagus. Food and drink—especially the fatty, greasy, sweet, caffeinated, and acidic kinds—can trigger heartburn.

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7 Home Remedies for Heartburn
Are you suffering from heartburn? These simple at-home acid reflux cures may save you a trip to the pharmacy.
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9 Medications That Can Cause Heartburn
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12 Ways to Soothe Heartburn in Pregnancy
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