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Over-the-counter remedies for indigestion and stomach acid increase the risk of recurring Clostridium difficile infection, which can cause a range of gut problems from diarrhea to life-threatening inflammation of the colon.
Doctors are missing even the most obvious signs of a heart attack—such as chest pains—in one in six cases that prove fatal.
Common heartburn medications you can buy at the pharmacy increase the chances of a stroke. The drugs, known as proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, have already been found to raise the risk of a heart attack, kidney disease and dementia.
One in five of us suffer from indigestion, for which we take antacids, but the problem isn’t too much stomach acid, but too little, as Cate Montana discovered
Indigestion drugs known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are some of the most commonly used medications, and were thought to be relatively safe. But new research has discovered that they double the chances of developing chronic kidney disease.
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After developing Parkinson's disease and searching out anatural cure, international best-selling author John Gray of Mars/Venus famemade an astonishing connection between the condition, his childhood and hisstratospheric successHow high are human beings meant to fly, when it comes to celebrity and success?It's there a point at which adulation becomes so overwhelming that it sends abright star crashing back to Earth? International superstar author JohnGray found out, a few years after the global megasuccess of his Mars/Venusbrand
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